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(+)-trans-Chrysanthemic acid (4638-92-0)  
Chrysanthemic acid is an organic compound that is related to a variety of natural and synthetic insecticides. It is related to the pyrethrin I and II, as well as the pyrethroids. One of the four stereoisomers, (1R,3R)- or (+)-trans-chrysanthemic acid (pictured), is the acid part of the ester pyrethrin I, which occurs naturally in the seed cases of Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium.
h-glu(oet)-oh (1119-33-1)  
EGLU amino acid  ·  a-ethylglutamic acid  ·  alpha-ethylglutamic acid
Indole-4-carboxylic acid (2124-55-2)  
1H-indole-4-carboxylic acid  ·  2124-55-2
6-Chloropyrazine-2-carboxylic acid (23688-89-3)  
23688-89-3  ·  6-chloro-2-pyrazinecarboxylic acid
fluorene-1-carboxylic acid
2-Hydroxyoctadecanoic acid (629-22-1, 1330-70-7)  
2-hydroxystearic acid  ·  alpha-hydroxystearic acid
2133-34-8 (2133-34-8)  
azetidyl-2-carboxylic acid
Azetidine-2-carboxylic acid (abbreviated Aze) is a plant non-protein amino acid homologue of proline with the molecular formula C4H7NO2. Aze is a heterocyclic, 4 membered ring with nitrogen as its heteroatom (an azetidine), and a carboxylic acid group substituted on one of the ring carbon atoms. The main difference between Aze and proline is the ring of Aze has four members and the ring of proline has five.
ACONITIC ACID (499-12-7)  
Aconitate  ·  Equisetic Acid  ·  Achilleic Acid
Aconitic acid is an organic acid. The two isomers are cis-aconitic acid and trans-aconitic acid. The conjugate base of cis-aconitic acid, cis-aconitate is an intermediate in the isomerization of citrate to isocitrate in the citric acid cycle.
DANA (24967-27-9)  
Neu5Ac2en  ·  2-acetyl-2,3-didehydro-2-deoxyneuraminic acid  ·  2-deoxy-2,3-didehydro-N-acetylneuraminic acid
beta-eleostearic acid (13296-76-9, 544-73-0)  
eleostearic acid  ·  eleostearic acid, (Z,E,E)-isomer  ·  trichosanic acid
Catalpic acid is a conjugated polyunsaturated fatty acid. The melting point of this fatty acid is 32 °C. Catalpic acid occurs naturally in the seeds of Catalpa ovata and Southern Catalpa (Catalpa bignonioides).
alpha-Eleostearic acid (506-23-0, 13296-76-9)  
eleostearic acid  ·  eleostearic acid, (Z,E,E)-isomer  ·  trichosanic acid
α-Eleostearic acid or (9Z,11E,13E)-octadeca-9,11,13-trienoic acid, is an organic compound, a conjugated fatty acid and one of the isomers of octadecatrienoic acid. It is often called simply eleostearic acid although there is also a β-eleostearic acid (the all-trans or (9E,11E,13E) isomer). Its high degree of unsaturation gives tung oil its properties as a drying oil.
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