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18th July 2013 @ 11:38

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Compound

ChemSpider ID  
*#Name of Compound mol file  
E&Z_rac-1-(2-((1S,2R)-4,4-Bis(methoxymethyl)-2-((E)-prop-1-enyl)cyclopentyl)ethylsulfonyl)benzene .mol

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Description  
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Identifiers

*Chemical Name rac-1-(2-((1S,2R)-4,4-Bis(methoxymethyl)-2-((E)-prop-1-enyl)cyclopentyl)ethylsulfonyl)benzene and rac-1-(2-((1S,2R)-4,4-bis(methoxymethyl)-2-((Z)-prop-1-enyl)cyclopentyl)ethylsulfonyl)-benzene
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Synonym  

Spectra

  *#Spectrum jcamp file *Spectrum Type Comments OpenData Image or PDF
Spectrum 1
H NMR 5.46 .jdx
H NMR 1H NMR (400 MHz, CDCl3): δ (ppm) = 7.990 – 7.915 (2H, m, Ho-Ph minor), 7.896 – 7.866 (2H, m, Ho-Ph major),  7.670 – 7.634 (1H, m, Hp-Ph minor), 7.651 (1H, t, J = 7.5 Hz, Hp-Ph minor), 7.597 – 7.543 (2H, m, Hm-Ph minor), 7.562 (2H, t, J = 7.5 Hz, Hm-Ph minor), 5.471 – 5.326 (1H, m, H11 minor), 5.368 (1H, dq, J = 15.1, 6.5 Hz, H11 major), 5.180 – 5.075 (1H, m, H11 minor), 5.150 (1H, fs ddq, J = 15.1, 8.0, 1.0 Hz, H10 major), 3.319 (6H, s, H1 minor), 3.289 (6H, s, H1major), 3.214 – 3.035 (10H, m, H2 major + minor + H9 minor), 3.072 (2H, dd, J = 9.0, 7.5 Hz, H9 major), 2.400 (1H, m, H7 minor), 2.033 – 1.816 (2H, m, H7 major + H), 1.781 – 1.655 (4H, m), 1.609 (3H, dd, J = 6.5, 1.5 Hz, H12 major), 1.558 (3H, dd, J = 7.0, 1.7 Hz, H12 minor), 1.534 – 1.382 (3H, m), 1.318 – 1.117 (4H, m), 1.033 (1H, dd, J = 13.1, 11.0 Hz, Hminor), 0.974 (1H, dd, J = 13.1, 11.0 Hz, Hmajor).  Y
H NMR 5.46 .pdf
Spectrum 2
C NMR 5.46 .jdx
C NMR

13C NMR (100.5 MHz, CDCl3): δ (ppm) = 139.27 (Ci-Ph major), 139.21 (Ci-Ph minor), 133.54 (CHp-Ph/10 major), 133.54 (CHp-Ph/10 minor), 133.52 (CHp-Ph/10 major), 133.34 (CHp-Ph/10 minor), 129.16 (4CHm-Ph major + minor), 127.99 (4CHo-Ph major + minor), 125.81 (CH11 major), 124.87 (CH11 minor), 77.75 (CH22 minor), 77.71 (CH22 major), 77.67 (2CH22 major + minor), 59.18 (4CH31 major + minor), 55.32 (CH29 minor), 55.24 (CH29 major), 49.31 (CH7 major), 45.73 (C3 minor), 45.39 (C3 major), 44.61 (CH7 minor), 43.74 (CH6 major), 43.42 (CH6 minor), 39.84 (CH24/5 major), 39.75 (CH24/5 minor), 38.59 (CH24/5 minor), 38.43 (CH24/5 major), 26.60 (CH28 minor), 26.25 (CH28 major), 17.88 (CH312 major), 13.24 (CH312 minor).

Y
C NMR 5.46 .pdf
Spectrum 3
C NMR DEPT 135 5.46 .jdx
C NMR  DEPT 135 Y
C NMR DEPT135 5.46 .pdf
Spectrum 4
C NMR DEPT15 5.46 .jdx
C NMR 

DEPT 15

Y
C NMR DEPT15 5.46 .pdf
Spectrum 5   2D NMR 1H-1H COSY 1H-1H COSY Y
2D NMR COSY1H 5.46 .pdf
Spectrum 6   2D NMR 13C-1H HMQC 13C-1H HMQC
2D NMR HMQC 13C-1H 5.46 .pdf
Spectrum 7   Electron Impact HRMS (EI): Found: [M – MeOH]+, 334.1597. [C19H26O3S]+ requires: 334.1603
HREI.JPG
Spectrum 8   Electron Impact LRMS (EI): m/z: 334 ([M – MeOH]+, 3%), 289 ([M – Ph]+, 20%), 192 (29%), 160 (100%). Y
LR.JPG
Spectrum 9   Infrared IR (thin film): = 2922 (m), 2865 (m), 2824 (m), 1448 (s), 1308 (s), 1138 (s), 1107 (s), 1085 (s), 968 (s), 729 (s), 684 (s), 533 (s) cm–1
IR.JPG
Spectrum 10          

Properties

Experimental Physico-chemical Properties

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Experimental Boiling Point      
Experimental Flash Point      
Experimental Freezing Point      
Experimental Gravity      
Experimental Ionization Potent      
Experimental LogP      
Experimental Melting Point      
Experimental Optical Rotation      
Experimental Refraction Index      
Experimental Solubility      
Experimental Vapor Pressure      
Non Water Solubility      
Non Water Solubility      

Spectroscopy

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Lambda Max      

Miscellaneous

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Appearance Pale yellow oil    
Bio Activity      
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18th July 2013 @ 11:15

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Compound

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*#Name of Compound mol file
R&S_rac-(R,3E)-5-((2R,3S,3aS,7aS)-2-Butyl-2,3,3a,4,7,7a-hexahydro-1H-inden-3-yl)-1-phenylpent-3-en-1-ol .mol

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*Chemical Name rac-(R,3E)-5-((2R,3S,3aS,7aS)-2-Butyl-2,3,3a,4,7,7a-hexahydro-1H-inden-3-yl)-1-phenylpent-3-en-1-ol and rac-(S,3E)-5-((2R,3S,3aS,7aS)-2-butyl-2,3,3a,4,7,7a-hexahydro-1H-inden-3-yl)-1-phenylpent-3-en-1-ol
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Synonym  

Spectra

  *#Spectrum jcamp file *Spectrum Type Comments OpenData Image or PDF
Spectrum 1
H NMR 5.30b se2209jst2 .jdx
H NMR 1H NMR (400 MHz, CDCl3): δ (ppm) = 7.270 – 7.162 (10H, m, HAr major + minor), 5.613 – 5.476 (6H, m, 2H11 + 2H12 + 2H6), 5.356 – 5.283 (2H, m, H5 major + minor), 4.624 – 4.584 (2H, m, H3 major + minor), 2.443 – 2.319 (4H, m, H4 major + minor), 2.197 – 1.960 (10H, m, Hmajor + minor), 1.695 – 1.587 (4H, m, Hmajor + minor), 1.528 – 1.389 (6H, m, Hmajor + minor), 1.359 – 0.964 (18H, m, Hmajor + minor), 0.813 (6H, br t, J = 7.0 Hz, H20 major + minor) Y
H NMR 5.30b .pdf
Spectrum 2
C NMR 5.30b se2209jst2 .jdx
C NMR 13C NMR (100.5 MHz, CDCl3): δ (ppm) = 143.99 (2Ci-Ph major + minor), 133.62 (2CH5 major + minor), 128.33 (4CHm-Ph major + minor), 127.38 (2CH11/12), 127.28 (2CH11/12), 126.37 (2CHp-Ph major + minor), 127.04 (2CH6 major + minor), 125.83 (2CHo-Ph minor), 125.79 (2CHo-Ph major), 73.58 (CH3 minor), 73.54 (CH3 major), 52.09 (CH8 minor), 52.06 (CH8 major), 47.08 (CH9 minor), 47.03 (CH9 major), 42.76 (2CH4 major + minor), 42.25 (CH16 minor), 42.21 (CH16 major), 40.03 (2CH14 major + minor), 36.92 (2CH2major + minor), 36.67 (2CH2major + minor), 36.55 (CH27 minor), 36.49 (CH27 major), 32.37 (2CH2major + minor), 31.50 (2CH2major + minor), 30.69 (2CH2major + minor), 22.91 (2CH2major + minor), 14.15 (2CH320 major + minor) Y
C NMR 5.30b .pdf
Spectrum 3
C NMR DEPT45 5.30b - se2209jst2 .jdx
C NMR 

DEPT 45

Y
C NMR DEPT45 5.30b .pdf
Spectrum 4
C NMR DEPT135 5.30b se2209jst2 .jdx
C NMR  DEPT 135
C NMR DEPT135 5.30b .pdf
Spectrum 5   2D NMR 1H-1H COSY COSY 1H-1H
2D NMR 1H1H COSY 5.30b .pdf
Spectrum 6   2D NMR 13C-1H HQMC HMQC 13C-1H Y
2D NMR HMQC 13C-1H .pdf
Spectrum 7   Electron Impact LRMS (EI): m/z: 321 ([M – H2O + H]+, 6%), 320 ([M – H2O]+, 27%), 192 (5%), 130 (100%). Y
LR.JPG
Spectrum 8   Infrared IR (thin film): = 3380 (w, br), 3024 (w), 2956 (m), 2911 (m, br), 1459 (m), 1433 (m), 1021 (m), 971 (m), 756 (m), 692 (s), 669 (s) cm–1 Y
IR.JPG
Spectrum 9          
Spectrum 10          

Properties

Experimental Physico-chemical Properties

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Experimental Boiling Point      
Experimental Flash Point      
Experimental Freezing Point      
Experimental Gravity      
Experimental Ionization Potent      
Experimental LogP      
Experimental Melting Point      
Experimental Optical Rotation      
Experimental Refraction Index      
Experimental Solubility      
Experimental Vapor Pressure      
Non Water Solubility      
Non Water Solubility      

Spectroscopy

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Lambda Max      

Miscellaneous

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Appearance Pale yellow oil    
Bio Activity      
Chemical Class      
Compound Source      
Drug Status      
Exposure Limits      
Exposure Limits Niosh Rel      
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17th July 2013 @ 16:17

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Compound

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*#Name of Compound mol file
R&S_rac-(R,3E)-5-((2S,3R,3aS,7aS)-2-Butyl-2,3,3a,4,7,7a-hexahydro-1H-inden-3-yl)-1-phenylpent-3-en-1-ol .mol

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Identifiers

*Chemical Name rac-(R,3E)-5-((2S,3R,3aS,7aS)-2-Butyl-2,3,3a,4,7,7a-hexahydro-1H-inden-3-yl)-1-phenylpent-3-en-1-ol and rac-(S,3E)-5-((2S,3R,3aS,7aS)-2-butyl-2,3,3a,4,7,7a-hexahydro-1H-inden-3-yl)-1-phenylpent-3-en-1-ol
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Synonym  

Spectra

  *#Spectrum jcamp file *Spectrum Type Comments OpenData Image or PDF
Spectrum 1
H NMR 5.30a - se2809jst1 .jdx
H NMR 1H NMR (400 MHz, CDCl3): δ (ppm) = 7.270 – 7.163 (10H, m, HAr major + minor), 5.615 – 5.440 (6H, m, 2H11 + 2H12 + 2H6), 5.345 – 5.264 (2H, m, H5 major + minor), 4.603 (2H, br dd, J = 7.3, 5.3 Hz, H3 major + minor), 2.444 – 2.316 (4H, m, H4 major + minor), 2.134 – 1.869 (12H, m, Hmajor + minor), 1.802 – 1.254 (13H, m, H major + minor), 1.209 – 0.960 (13H, m, Hmajor + minor), 0.807 (6H, br t, J = 7.2 Hz, H20 major + minor) Y
H NMR 5.30a .pdf
Spectrum 2
C NMR 5.30a - se2809jst1 .jdx
C NMR 13C NMR (100.5 MHz, CDCl3): δ (ppm) = 143.97 (2Ci-Ph major + minor), 133.83 (CH5 major), 133.79 (CH5 minor), 128.31 (4CHm-Ph major + minor), 128.31 (2CH11/12), 126.37 (2CH11/12), 126.26 (CH6 major), 126.23 (CH6 minor), 125.99 (2CHp-Ph major + minor), 125.82 (2CHo-Ph minor), 125.79 (2CHo-Ph major), 73.54 (CH3 minor), 73.50 (CH3 major), 50.87 (CH8 minor), 50.82 (CH8 major), 44.03 (CH9 minor), 44.00 (CH9 major), 42.79 (2CH4 major + minor), 40.22 (CH16 major), 40.17 (CH16 minor), 38.09 (2CH2major + minor), 38.09 (2CH27 major + minor), 37.02 (CH14 minor), 36.99 (CH14 major), 34.89 (2CH2major + minor), 30.97 (2CH2major + minor), 27.77 (2CH2major + minor), 27.63 (2CH2major + minor), 22.91 (2CH2major + minor), 14.12 (2CH320 major + minor) Y
C NMR 5.30a .pdf
Spectrum 3
C NMR DEPT45 5.30a - se2809jst1 .jdx
C NMR  DEPT 45
C NMR DEPT45 5.30a .pdf
Spectrum 4
C NMR DEPT135 5.30a - se2809jst1 .jdx
C NMR  DEPT 135
C NMR DEPT135 5.30a .pdf
Spectrum 5   2D NMR 1H-1H COSY COSY 1H-1H Y
2D NMR 1H1H COSY 5.30a .pdf
Spectrum 6   2D NMR 13C-1H HMQC HMQC 13C-1H Y
2D NMR 13C1H HMQC 5.30a .pdf
Spectrum 7   Electron Impact LRMS (EI): m/z: 321 ([M – H2O]+, 11%), 232 ([M – BnOH + H]+, 5%), 175 (29%), 130 (32%), 107 (100%) Y
LR.JPG
Spectrum 8   Infrared IR (thin film): = 3353 (w, br), 3028 (w), 2922 (m, br), 1452 (m), 1024 (m), 975 (m), 745 (m), 688 (s) cm–1 Y
IR.JPG
Spectrum 9          
Spectrum 10          

Properties

Experimental Physico-chemical Properties

Property Value Unit Comments
Experimental Boiling Point      
Experimental Flash Point      
Experimental Freezing Point      
Experimental Gravity      
Experimental Ionization Potent      
Experimental LogP      
Experimental Melting Point      
Experimental Optical Rotation      
Experimental Refraction Index      
Experimental Solubility      
Experimental Vapor Pressure      
Non Water Solubility      
Non Water Solubility      

Spectroscopy

Property Value Unit Comments
Lambda Max      

Miscellaneous

Property Value Unit Comments
Appearance Pale yellow oil    
Bio Activity      
Chemical Class      
Compound Source      
Drug Status      
Exposure Limits      
Exposure Limits Niosh Rel      
Exposure Routes      
First-Aid      
Incompatability      
Personal Protection      
Safety      
Stability      
Symptoms      
Target Organs      
Therapeutical Effect      
Toxicity      
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17th July 2013 @ 15:14

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Compound

ChemSpider ID  
*#Name of Compound mol file
Structure_3.70.mol

Description and Tags

Description Mixture 3.70 in J.Stec's thesis
Tags (separated by comma) tricyclic zirconacyles

Identifiers

*Chemical Name Rac-(2aR,4[E/Z],4aR,7aS,7bR)-1,1-Bis(methoxymethyl)-4-hexylidenedecahydro-1H-cyclopenta[cd]indene
Common Name  
Synonym  

Spectra

  *#Spectrum jcamp file *Spectrum Type Comments OpenData Image or PDF
Spectrum 1  
HNMR.jdx
HNMR  

 

1H NMR (400 MHz, CDCl3): δ (ppm) = 5.196 – 5.157 (2H, m, H14 major + minor), 3.383 (2H, d, J = 9.0 Hz, H2 major + minor), 3.345 (6H, s, H1 major + minor), 3.313 (6H, s, H1 major + minor), 3.345 – 3.313 (4H, m, H2 major + minor), 3.230 (1H, d, J = 8.8 Hz, H2 major), 3.225 (1H, d, J = 8.8 Hz, H2 minor), 2.538 (1H, dd, J = 17.3, 7.8 Hz,  H13 minor), 2.421  (1H, dd, J = 15.0, 6.0 Hz,  H13 major), 2.363 – 2.190 (4H, m, major + minor), 2.001 – 1.832 (6H, m, major + minor), 1.800 – 1.502 (14H, m, major + minor), 1.352 – 1.194 (14H, m, major + minor), 1.152 – 0.918 (4H, m, major + minor), 0.884 (6H, t, J = 6.8 Hz, H19 major +  minor).

Y  
HNMR.pdf
Spectrum 2  
CNMR.jdx
CNMR  

13C NMR (100.5 MHz, CDCl3): δ (ppm) = 152.16 (C12 major), 151.44 (C12 minor), 123.28 (CH14 minor), 122.41 (CH14 major), 78.50 (2CH22 major + minor), 74.53 (2CH22 major + minor), 59.18 (2CH31 major + minor), 58.91 (2CH31 major + minor), 55.73 (C3 major), 55.60 (C3 minor), 53.78 (CHminor), 53.24 (CHmajor), 41.70 (CHmajor), 41.52 (CHminor), 39.21 (CHmajor), 38.83 (CH minor), 38.67 (CH major), 36.56 (CH minor), 36.27 (CH213 minor), 35.06 (CH2 major), 34.95 (CH2 minor), 32.12 (CH213 major), 31.66 (CH2minor), 31.52 (CH2 major), 29.91 (CH2minor ), 29.51 (CH2major) 29.35 (2CH2major + minor), 29.13 (CH2major), 27.74 (CH2minor), 24.97 (CH2minor), 24.84 (CH2major), 23.22 (CH2minor), 23.19 (CH2 major), 22.63 (CH2minor), 22.59 (CH2major), 14.08 (2CH319 major + minor).

Y  
CNMR.pdf
Spectrum 3  
CDEPT.jdx
CNMR   Y  
CDEPT.pdf
Spectrum 4   Electron Impact  

HRMS (EI): Found: [M]+, 320.2710. C21H36O2 requires: 320.2715.

LRMS (EI): m/z: 322 ([M + 2H], 5%), 321 ([M + H], 23%), 320 ([M], 28%), 289 ([M – MeOH + H], 46%), 288 ([M – MeOH], 56%), 243 (65%), 203 (100%).

Y  
HRMS.gif
LRMS.gif
Spectrum 5   Infrared  IR (thin film): = 2926 (s), 2854 (s), 1452 (m), 1202 (m), 1111 (s), 956 (m) cm–1. Y  
IR.gif
Spectrum 6   2D NMR 1H-13C Long-range correlation  

 

Y  
CHNMR.pdf
Spectrum 7   2D NMR 1H-1H COSY

 

   Y
HHCOSYNMR.pdf
Spectrum 8    

 

     
Spectrum 9          
Spectrum 10          

Properties

Experimental Physico-chemical Properties

Property Value Unit Comments
Experimental Boiling Point      
Experimental Flash Point      
Experimental Freezing Point      
Experimental Gravity      
Experimental Ionization Potent      
Experimental LogP      
Experimental Melting Point      
Experimental Optical Rotation      
Experimental Refraction Index      
Experimental Solubility      
Experimental Vapor Pressure      
Non Water Solubility      
Non Water Solubility      

Spectroscopy

Property Value Unit Comments
Lambda Max      

Miscellaneous

Property Value Unit Comments
Appearance Pale yellow oil    
Bio Activity      
Chemical Class      
Compound Source      
Drug Status      
Exposure Limits      
Exposure Limits Niosh Rel      
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First-Aid      
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Therapeutical Effect      
Toxicity      
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17th July 2013 @ 14:21

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Compound

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*#Name of Compound mol file
Structure_3.65_3.66_3.67.mol
 

Description and Tags

Description Mixture of compounds 3.65/3.66/3.67 in J.Stec's thesis
Tags (separated by comma) zirconocene, alkyl carbenoid

Identifiers

*Chemical Name Rac-(3aR,9aS)-1-Hexyl-3a,4,9,9a-tetrahydro-1H-cyclopentanaphtalene (major compound, 3.65), rac-(3aS,9aR)-2-hexylidene-2,3,3a,4,9,9a-hexahydro-1H-cyclopentanaphtalene (minor compound, 3.66) and rac-(3aS,9aR)-2-hexyl-2,3,3a,4,9,9a-hexahydro-1H-cyclopentanaphtalene (trace, 3.67)
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Synonym  

Spectra

  *#Spectrum jcamp file *Spectrum Type Comments OpenData Image or PDF
Spectrum 1  
HNMR.jdx
HNMR Note: characterisation does not contain data for the trace compound 3.67.

1H NMR (400 MHz, CDCl3): δ (ppm) = 7.277 – 7.120 (8H, m, HAr major + minor), 5.264 (1H, m, H8 minor), 5.198 (1H, br s, H7 major), 3.084 (1H, m), 2.914 – 2.781 (4H, m), 2.741 – 2.660 (1H, m), 2.612 – 2.307 (9H, m), 2.098 (1H, dd, J = 15.0, 6.0 Hz, Hminor), 2.015 – 1.959 (6H, m), 1.415 – 1.184 (14H, m), 0.927 – 0.892 (6H, m, H13 major + minor).

Y  
HNMR.pdf
Spectrum 2  
CNMR.jdx
CNMR  

13C NMR (100.5 MHz, CDCl3): δ (ppm) = 153.39 (C6 major), 141.12 (C6 minor), 139.77 (Ci-Ph major), 139.45 (Ci-Ph major), 137.74 (Ci-Ph minor), 137.52 (Ci-Ph minor), 128.17 (CHAr minor), 127.28 (CHAr major), 127.12 (CHAr major), 126.70 (CH7 major), 125.82 (CHAr minor), 125.69 (2CHAr major), 125.66 (CHAr minor), 125.64 (CHAr minor), 121.62 (CH8 minor), 45.41 (CH4 major), 42.22 (CH2major), 39.87 (CH2minor), 36.65 (CH3/4 minor), 36.09 (CH4/3 minor), 35.89  (CH2major), 35.79 (CH3 major), 34.68 (CH2minor), 34.39 (CH2major), 33.19 (CH2minor), 32.80 (CH2minor), 31.72 (CH2major), 31.55 (CH2minor), 30.92 (CH2major), 29.47 (CH2minor), 29.37 (CH2minor), 28.83 (CH2major), 27.49 (CH2major), 22.59 (2CH2major + minor), 14.10 (2CH313 major + minor).

Y  
CNMR.pdf
Spectrum 3  
CNMR.jdx
CNMR   Y  
CNMR.pdf
Spectrum 4   Electron Impact  

HRMS (EI): Found: [M]+, 254.2031. C19H26 requires: 254.2034.

Y  
HRMS.gif
Spectrum 5   Chemical Ionization  

LRMS (CI): m/z: 256 ([M], 13%), 255 ([M + H], 69%), 254 ([M], 88%), 169 (67%), 128 (79%), 104 (100%).

Y  
LRMS.gif
Spectrum 6   Infrared  

IR (thin film): = 2922 (s), 2854 (m), 2824 (m), 1463 (m), 733 (s) cm–1.

Y  
IR.gif
Spectrum 7    

2D NMR 1H-13C Long-range correlation

   Y  
CHNMR.pdf
Spectrum 8    

2D NMR 1H-1H COSY

   Y  
HHCOSYNMR.pdf
Spectrum 9          
Spectrum 10          

Properties

Experimental Physico-chemical Properties

Property Value Unit Comments
Experimental Boiling Point      
Experimental Flash Point      
Experimental Freezing Point      
Experimental Gravity      
Experimental Ionization Potent      
Experimental LogP      
Experimental Melting Point      
Experimental Optical Rotation      
Experimental Refraction Index      
Experimental Solubility      
Experimental Vapor Pressure      
Non Water Solubility      
Non Water Solubility      

Spectroscopy

Property Value Unit Comments
Lambda Max      

Miscellaneous

Property Value Unit Comments
Appearance Colourless Oil    
Bio Activity      
Chemical Class      
Compound Source      
Drug Status      
Exposure Limits      
Exposure Limits Niosh Rel      
Exposure Routes      
First-Aid      
Incompatability      
Personal Protection      
Safety      
Stability      
Symptoms      
Target Organs      
Therapeutical Effect      
Toxicity      
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