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FormulaMolar
Mass
Name (click for model)Comments
C21H30O2314.51(-)-Delta(1)-THCActive component of marijuana"
C21H30O2314.51(-)-Delta(6)-THCActive (but only 1%) component of marijuana"
C5H11N2O2P162.15TabunChemical warfare agent. Toxic by absorption through skin and eyes. S enantiomer shown."
C4H6O6150.1(2R,3S)-Tartaric Acid (meso)"
C4H6O6150.1(+)-(2R,3R)-Tartaric Acidby-product of wine making, see the S,S enantiomer"
C4H6O6150.1(-)-(2S,3S)-Tartaric Acida rare form of this acid with no optical rotation was called Racemic Acid (from "+ "racemus=bunch of grapes, L). Experiment showed that this was a 50-50 mixture of the (+) and (-) forms of tartaric acid (which were separated by hand-picking crystals of the sodium ammonium salt of racemic acid) and this has led all such 50-50 mixtures of the two enantiomers being labelled racemic"
C16H9N4O9S2465.41Tartrazine
Yellow #5
Lemon yellow food colouring (trianion).
Information."
C46H49O14N839.96Taxoljpg image
extracted from bark of Pacific yew tree, of which the supply is limited;
shows promise in treating certain kinds of cancers.
www taxol page."
C14H22N2O3266.38TenorminS enantiomer modelled. Drug used in the treatment of high blood pressure, angina pectoris and heart attack.
WWW reference."
C8H6O4166.14Terephthalic acidp-Phthalic acid."
C32H41NO2471.74Terfenadine (R enantiomer)Seldane, an antihistamine.
Histamine, antihistamine information
or Histamine, antihistamine information"
C10H16136.26alpha-TerpineneOdour of lemons; from cardomom and majoram oils."
C10H16136.26gamma-Terpinene"
C19H28O2288.47TestosteronePrinciple male sex hormone (androgen), also promotes muscle growth"
CBr4331.61Tetrabromomethane"
C18H12228.3TetraceneNaphthacene; occurs in coal tar. Orange crystals."
CCl4153.81TetrachloromethaneCarbon tetrachloride. Solvent, formerly used as dry cleaning solvent and fire extinguisher.
Toxicity."
C13H20176.33Tetracyclopropylmethane"
C58H32728.9TetradecaheliceneA spiral molecule."
C2H2F498.041,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane134A: refrigerant now used in automobile air conditioning.
Information."
C2F496.02TetrafluoroetheneUsed in the manufature of Teflon."
C4H8O72.12TetrahydrofuranTHF, a common organic solvent"
C8H18114.262,2,3,3-Tetramethylbutane"
C14H18186.322,2,9,9-Tetramethyldec-3,5,7-triyne"
C11H24156.353,3,4,4-Tetramethylheptane"
C10H22O2174.32meso-2,3,4,5-Tetramethylhexane-2,5-diol"
C14H30198.442,2,4,4,7,7-Tetramethyloctane"
C9H18O142.272,2,4,4-Tetramethylpentan-3-one"
C12H22166.341,2,4,8-Tetramethylspiro[2.5]octane"
C18H12228.3Tetraphene"
C13H10N2O2226.25(R)-ThalidomideThis enantiomer probably has no teratogenic effects.
New uses for thalidomide."
C13H10N2O2226.25(S)-ThalidomideThis enantiomer has teratogenic effects, causing a wide variety of birth defects when taken by women in the first trimester"
C12H18Cl2N4OS337.3ThiamineVitamin B1. Model does not show the two chloride ions."
C4H4S84.14ThiopheneFrom coal tar. Used as a solvent, very stable."
C23H29N3O2S2443.67cis-ThiothixeneAntipsychotic drug; cis form has greater activity than trans."
CH4N2S76.13ThioureaUses: Photography, vulcanization, analysis of bismuth and selenite ions.
Britannica ref."
C15H24204.39ThujopseneSesquiterpene from wood oil of the Japanese Hiba tree."
C5H6N2O110.13ThymineConstituent of nucleic acids."
C10H14134.24Thymolfrom oil of thyme, a topical antiseptic"
C7H892.15Toluenefrom tar oil"
C8H8O2136.163-Toluic acid"
C7H9N107.17p-Toluidine"
C8H7ClO154.63-Toluyl chloride"
C16H25NO2263.42TramadolAnalegsic.
Model shown is the trans (R,R) sterioisomer.
Information
More information
Crystals"
C17H36240.53(6S,7R)-3,3,6-Trethyl-7-methyldecane"
C12H11N7253.3TriamtereneDyazide, a diuretic.
WWW description
or here"
C3H3N381.091,3,5-Triazine"
C6H3Br3314.791,3,5-Tribromobenzene"
C7H3Br3O2358.82,4,6-Tribromobenzoic acid"
C2H3Br3266.751,1,2-Tribromoethane"
C7H5Br3328.823,4,5-Tribromotoluene"
C8H15Cl3217.581,1,1-Trichloro-2,2-dimethylhexane"
C6H3Cl3181.441,2,3-Trichlorobenzene"
C2H2Cl3NO162.42,2,2-Trichloroethanamide"
C2HCl3131.38TrichloroetheneSolvent, dry-cleaning fluid, carcinogenic.Environmental information."
CHCl3119.37Trichloromethane,
chloroform
Solvent, carcinogen.
Toxicity. "
C8H5Cl3O2239.482,3,6-Trichlorophenylethanoic acidFenac, a herbicide.
Information"
C17H36240.53(6R,7S)-3,3,6-Triethyl-7-methyldecane"
C19H40268.59(3S,5S,7S)-3,5,7-Triethyl
-2,5,7-trimethyldecane
"
C11H22154.33(1R,2S)-1,2,4-Triethylcyclopentanemeso, all cis"
C12H27N185.4N,N,3-Triethylhexan-3-amine"
C12H25NO199.38N,N,4-Triethylhexanamide"
C4H5F3O123.092,2,2-TrifluoroethoxyetheneFluroxene (fluoromar), an original fluorine based anaesthetic"
C2H3Cl3133.41,1,1-TrihloroethaneUsed as a cleaning solvent: boiling point 74 ºC.
Information."
C7H6O4154.133,4,5-Trihydroxybenzaldehyde"
C7H6O5170.133,4,5-Trihydroxybenzoic acidGallic acid: found in gallnuts, sumach, tea leaves, oak bark, and many other plants, both in its free state and as part of the tannin molecule"
C4H8O3104.12(2R,3R)-2,3,4-Trihydroxybutanal,
D-Erythrose (open chain)
"
C4H8O3104.12(2S,3R)-2,3,4-Trihydroxybutanal,
D-Threose (open chain)
"
C4H8O3104.12(2S,3S)-2,3,4-Trihydroxybutanal,
L-Erythrose (open chain)
"
C4H8O3104.12(2R,3S)-2,3,4-Trihydroxybutanal,
L-Threose (open chain)
"
I3380.73Triiodide anion"
CHI3393.75Triiodomethane,
iodoform
Formally used as an antisceptic."
C10H12O2164.222,4,6-Trimethylbenzoic acid"
C10H18138.282,6,6-Trimethylbicyclo[3.1.1]heptane"
C7H16100.232,2,3-Trimethylbutane"
C8H16112.24(R)-1,1,2-Trimethylcyclopentane"
C8H16112.24(S)-1,1,2-Trimethylcyclopentane"
C10H20O156.3(S)-2,4,6-Trimethylheptan-3-one"
C8H18114.262,2,4-Trimethylpentane"
C9H18Si154.361-Trimethylsilylhex-1-yne"
C30H18378.48Trinaphthalene"
C3H6N6O6222.151,3,5-Trinitro-1,3,5-triazacyclohexane
RDX
Cyclonite, high explosive and rat poison."
C6H3N3O6213.121,2,4-Trinitrobenzene"
C6H3N3O6213.121,3,5-Trinitrobenzeneexplosive, less sensitive but more powerful than TNT"
C3H5N3O9227.11TrinitroglycerinExplosive, dynamite with 25% diatomaceous earth,
drug relieving the symptoms of angina pectoris by dilating cardiac blood vessels
Nobel and nitroglycerin
As medication"
C7H5N3O6227.152,4,6-Trinitrotoluene, TNTExplosive
toxicity"
C18H12228.3TriphenyleneOccurs in coal tar."
C19H16O260.35Triphenylmethanol"
C17H18N2250.37Troger's basechirality due to tetrahedral nitrogen in such a molecular position that it cannot invert"
C10H11NO2177.22TuberinAntitubercular antibiotic from Streptomyces amakusaensis."
C10H16136.26TwistaneTricyclo[4.4.0.03.8]decane."
C16H8Br2N2O2420.06Tyrian purple6,6'-dibromoindigo. Prepared from sea snails found near the city of Tyre in very low yield (10,000 snails gave 1 g of dye) and so very expensive and historically available only to royalty."
C9H11NO3181.21TyrosineL- (S) enantiomer is naturally occuring amino acid."
C9H6O3162.15UmbelliferoneIn some sun screen lotions/creams"
C11H22O170.33(RZ)-Undec-6-en-2-olThe volatile signal of ant-lions, Euroleon nostras and Grocus bore."
C11H22O170.33Undecan-3-one"
C11H22O170.33UndecanalPheromone of the male greater wax moth, Galleria mellonella"
C4H4N2O2112.1UracilConstituent of nucleic acids."
CH4N2O60.07UreaFertilizer, animal feed.
Information."
C11H26NO2PS267.41VXChemical warfare compound, a cholinesterase inhibitor more potent than sarin (q.v.).
WWW information."
C16H13ClN2O284.76ValiumDiazepam, a synthetic tranquilizer and muscle relaxant. May be addictive
drug monograph"
C8H8O3152.16Vanillinflavouring agent : vanilla"
C14H18O8314.32Vanillin beta-D-glucoside"
C15H22O218.37alpha-VetivoneIsolated from vetiver oil (from the roots of Vetiveria zizanioides. May be used in perfumery."
C15H22O218.37beta-VetivoneIsolated from vetiver oil (roots of Vetiveria zizanioides. Mixed with alpha-vetivone."
C23H30N6O4S486.65ViagraDrug design by Dr DE Walters who kindly provided the original file.
Pfizer's viagra site
Evaluation."
C20H30O286.5Vitamin A1 unit of Vit A is 0.30 micrograms.
Vit A,
unicef"
C63H88CoN14O14P1355.55Vitamin B12Synthesized 1972, Woodward et al."
C29H50O2430.79Vitamin EFound in wheat germ, corn, sunflower seeds, soybean oils, etc. Used as an antioxidant in vegetable oils."
C15H22O3250.37WarburganalSesquiterpene from Warburgia ugandensis. Has biological activity as a plant growth regulator, an antimicrobial and as a molluscicide."
C19H16O4308.35WarfarinRodenticide and anticoagulant (as Na salt)"
H2O18.02Water"
C18H12N2O2288.32XanthocillinAntibiotic used in some feed supplements. Contains the isonitrile (-NC) group."
XeF2167.3Xenon difluoride"
XeF4203.3Xenon tetrafluoride"
C8H10106.18m-Xylene"
C8H10106.18o-Xylene"
C8H10106.18p-Xylene"
C15H24204.39YlangeneIsolated from ylang-ylang oil and oil of birch buds."
Number of entries in table : 119

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