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Isobutyl methacrylate (97-86-9)  
isobutylmethacrylate  ·  poly(isobutyl methacrylate)  ·  Baxter snap
BUTYRIC ANHYDRIDE (106-31-0)  
Butyric anhydride (butanoic anhydride) is a chemical compound with the formula (CH3CH2CH2CO)2O. It is a clear colorless liquid that smells strongly of butyric acid, formed by its reaction to moisture in the air.
dl-Thioctic acid (62-46-4, 1077-28-7)  
Lipoic Acid  ·  alpha Lipoic Acid  ·  Thioctic Acid
Lipoic acid (LA), also known as α-lipoic acid and alpha lipoic acid (ALA) and thioctic acid is an organosulfur compound derived from caprylic acid (octenoic acid). ALA is made in animals normally, and is essential for aerobic metabolism. It is also manufactured and is available as a dietary supplement in some countries where it is marketed as an antioxidant, and is available as a pharmaceutical drug in other countries.
1200-22-2 (1200-22-2, 62-46-4)  
Lipoic Acid  ·  alpha Lipoic Acid  ·  Thioctic Acid
Lipoic acid (LA), also known as α-lipoic acid and alpha lipoic acid (ALA) and thioctic acid is an organosulfur compound derived from caprylic acid (octenoic acid). ALA is made in animals normally, and is essential for aerobic metabolism. It is also manufactured and is available as a dietary supplement in some countries where it is marketed as an antioxidant, and is available as a pharmaceutical drug in other countries.
6-METHYL-5-HEPTEN-2-ONE (110-93-0, 409-02-9)  
methylheptenone  ·  6-methylhept-5-ene-2-one  ·  sulcatone
Octanedioic acid (68937-72-4, 505-48-6)  
suberic acid  ·  suberic acid, disodium salt  ·  suberic acid, manganese (+2) (1:1) salt
Suberic acid, also octanedioic acid, is a dicarboxylic acid, with formula C8H14O4. It is a colorless crystalline solid used in drug syntheses and plastics manufacture. Its name is derived from the Latin word suber which means cork.
ALLYL ISOVALERATE (2835-39-4)  
3-methylbutanoic acid 2-propenyl ester
DIETHYL SUCCINATE (123-25-1, 68989-32-2)  
Diethyl succinate is the diethyl ester of succinate.
Diethyl tartrate (87-91-2, 57968-71-5)  
Diethyl tartrate is an organic compound, the ethyl ester of tartaric acid. It exists in both as a chiral isomer, showing both left- and right-handed forms, as well as a meso stereoisomer, which is not chiral. The chiral isomer is far more common.
cis-3-Hexenyl acetate (3681-71-8, 1708-82-3)  
3-hexenyl acetate  ·  3-hexenylacetate
1-OCTEN-3-ONE (4312-99-6)  
1-nonen-3-one
Oct-1-en-3-one (CH2=CHC(=O)(CH2)4CH3), also known as 1-octen-3-one, is the odorant that is responsible for the typical "metallic" smell of metals and blood coming into contact with skin. Oct-1-en-3-one has a strong metallic mushroom-like odor with an odor detection threshold of 0.03–1.12 µg/m3 and it is the main compound responsible for the "smell of metal", followed by decanal (smell: orange skin, flowery) and nonanal (smell: tallowy, fruity). Oct-1-en-3-one is the degradative reduction product of the chemical reaction of skin lipid peroxides and Fe2+.
(E)-Oct-2-enal (2548-87-0, 2363-89-5, 25447-69-2)  
2-octenal  ·  2-octenal, (Z)-isomer  ·  2-octenal, (E)-isomer
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