Copyright©2008 Antony Williams
Community curation is cleaning up ChemSpider very efficiently. Especially in regards to identifiers. And we are getting educated too.
Today one of the community curators asked a question for the following record.
He stated “Thumbnail. Structure appears twice. Probably not dimer.” One email later to the depositor and the depositor returns with (and I excerpt):
“This material is commercialised as a mixture. The product is produced as a mixture of isomers, thus two (related) structures are appropriate
I’ve added some data as well, and Wiswesser Line Notations.
The Product name Assert is sold as a 300 g/l formulation, thus Assert 300. It is the same for Dagger and Dagger G where the G just stands for granules, ie it is a granular formulation. ”Stumble it!