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6330633023/09/2022 09:11:57NormalNewhalide
260508062605080622/09/2022 13:44:31NormalNewIs flomectoquin contact or systemis?
4470631447063107/09/2022 14:36:01NormalNewI found this entry by searching for Pigment Yellow 176. But PY176 is a diaryl pigment like Pigment Yellow 13.
12243312243304/09/2022 22:32:28NormalNewWiki page Azastene is nothing to do with this.
9108675910867530/08/2022 08:22:26NormalNewMechanism for bromodecanal
214904552149045522/08/2022 19:50:43NormalNewTums
3511705351170517/08/2022 23:54:14NormalNew1.cis-1-ethyl-3-methylcyclopentane 2.sec-butylcyclopentane
957247899572478909/08/2022 07:16:28NormalNewWeird bonding ! Since I can't register a unspecified geometry version of this structure - can you ?? Let me know Barrie
2041169204116908/08/2022 20:25:23NormalNewI think the RN number quoted (68439-49-6) is wrong. This CAS number is for C16-​18, ethoxylated alcohols
614626146207/08/2022 08:42:38NormalNewSearched by γ-valerolactone, and found pyrone which are different
13656413656401/08/2022 11:27:39NormalNewLilac aldehyde has 3 chiral centres, but you have not quoted any of these.
597185025971850229/07/2022 12:54:01NormalNewHi all, Now in TMIO: Thanks!
4444641444464129/07/2022 11:03:39NormalNewHi all, Now in TMIO: Thanks!
8524431852443127/07/2022 10:31:05NormalNewCompound now published in The Merck Index Online
166471664726/07/2022 21:38:36NormalNewThat's wrong :\
617916179126/07/2022 21:23:07NormalNewThere is a mismatch on the record for CAS RN 61791-12-6 (ethoxylated Castor Oil). The link is to 1,3-dichloro-2-propanyl carbanate (CAS RN 587-01-9)
648545366485453626/07/2022 15:19:56NormalNewNewly published monograph in The Merck Index* Online:
4455445524/07/2022 14:46:32HighNewthe structure is wrong, there are 2 group OH, is onli 1 and a C=O
9214426921442622/07/2022 07:28:18NormalNewstructure needs cleaning Barrie
211062462110624621/07/2022 13:54:35NormalNewThere appears to be a double-bond missing in the structure of 21106246. Per the name, there is an "ethene" brige but the diagram has it saturated. This appears to be the same compound as PubChem #203125, which illustrates the alkene clearly and correspondingly has a molecular formula with two fewer hydrogens.