Dave's Molecular Models
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FormulaMolar
Mass
Name (click for model)Comments
C7H892.15Quadricyclanequadricyclo[2.2.1.0.2,6.03,5]heptane"
C12H22O2198.34QuadrilureAggregation pheromone of male square-necked grain beetles, Cathartus quadricollis."
C20H24N2O2324.46Quinineantimalarial drug isolated from cinchona bark"
C9H7N129.17QuinolineOccurs in coal tar. Used in manufacturing dyes, as a preservative and as a solvent."
C6H13N99.2Quinuclidine"
C13H22N4O3S314.45RanitidineZantac, an anti-ulcerative.
WWW description"
C33H40N2O9608.75ReserpineTranquilizer and antihypertensive."
C20H28O284.4811-cis-Retinalcomponent of the visual pigments"
C20H28O284.4811-trans-Retinalcomponent of the visual pigments"
C6H2O6170.08Rhodizonic acid"
C5H10O5150.15beta-D-Ribofuranose"
C7H5NO3S183.19Saccharin500 times as sweet as sugar; bitter after-taste
Used in US but not used in foods in Canada, saccharin has now been dropped from the US list of cancer-causing chemicals>"
C10H10O2162.2SafroleConstitutes 75% of sassafras oil."
C15H24O220.39alpha-SantalolSesquiterpene alcohol from sandalwood oil."
C15H24O220.39beta-SantalolFrom sandalwood oil."
C9H14122.23Santenecomponent of East Indian sandalwood oil"
C4H10FO2P139.11SarinChemical warfare agent. Extremely toxic
S enantiomer shown."
C9H17N7O4287.33Saxitoxinfrom dinoflagellates, which include Alexandrium tamarense, Gymnodinium catenatum, and Pyrodinium bahamense cause of 'red tide'.
Saxitoxin"
C10H12N2O176.24SerotoninVasoactive amine."
C11H22O2186.33SerricorninFemale-produced sex pheromone of the cigarette beetle, Lasioderma serricorne."
C7H12O112.19(R)-(+)-Seudenolaggregation pheromone from the female Douglas fir beetle, Dendroctonus pseudotsugae Similar to the case of sulcatol (qv), the natural pheromone is a racemic mixture which is much more biologically active than either single enantiomer."
C7H12O112.19(S)-(-)-Seudenolaggregation pheromone from the female Douglas fir beetle, Dendroctonus pseudotsugae Similar to the case of sulcatol (qv), the natural pheromone is a racemic mixture which is much more biologically active than either single enantiomer."
C10H16NO8S2342.39Sinigrin (anion)flavour compound: mustard, horseradish"
C10H20O3188.3SitophilateAggregation pheromone (male) of the granary weevil, Sitophilus granarius."
C9H16124.25Spiro[2.6]nonane"
C10H18138.28Spiro[2.7]decane"
C7H1296.19Spiro[3.3]heptane"
C8H14110.22Spiro[3.4]nonane"
C9H16124.25Spiro[3.5]nonane"
C12H22166.34Spiro[3.8]dodecane"
C9H16124.25Spiro[4,4]nonane"
C9H14O138.23Spiro[4.5]decan-2-one"
C10H18138.28Spiro[4.5]nonane"
C9H16O2156.25Spiro[5.5]-1,7-dioxaundecaneOlive-fly pheromone"
C11H20152.31Spiro[5.5]nonane"
C4H2O4114.06Squaric acidpKa1 : 0.5
pKa2 : 3.5"
C14H12180.26cis-Stilbene"
C14H12180.26trans-Stilbene"
C21H22N2O2334.45StrychnineExtremely poisonous.
Nux Vomica"
C8H8104.16StyreneInformation.
Monomer of polystyrene
Using polystyrene: pros, and cons."
C156H278O192458.34Sucrose octaoleate
olestra-like
non-hydrolyzing fat, useful for dieting!
Information."
C12H22O11342.34Sucrose, Sugarcane sugar, beet sugar"
C8H16O128.24(+)-(S)-Sulcatolaggregation pheromone produced by males of Gnathotrichus sulcatus. Neither enantiomer is biologically active on its own, but the racemic mixture is more active than the natural pheromone which is a 65% S to 35% R mixture"
C8H16O128.24(-)-(R)-Sulcatolaggregation pheromone produced by males of Gnathotrichus sulcatus. Neither enantiomer is biologically active on its own, but the racemic mixture is more active than the natural pheromone which is a 65% S to 35% R mixture"
C6H8N2O2S172.22SulfanilamideAntibacterial."
SF268.06Sulfur difluoride"
SO264.06Sulfur dioxide"
SO380.06Sulfur trioxide"
SF4104.06Sulfur(IV) fluoride"
SF6140.06Sulfur(VI) fluoride"
Cl2OS118.96Sulfuryl chloride"
C12H19O2S3291.49SulprofosInsecticide"
C16H10N2O7S2406.4Sunset yellow
Yellow #6
Orange colour for use in foods and drugs.
Information."
Number of entries in table : 53

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