Isoleucine (data page)

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{{OrganicBox complete |wiki_name=Isoleucine |name=(2S,3S)-2-amino-3-methylpentanoic acid | ============== GENERAL INFORMATION =============== |C=6 | H=13 | N=1 | O=2 |mass=131.18 [1] |abbreviation=I, Ile |image=Chemical structure of IsoleucineChemical structure of Isoleucine |synonyms={2/α}-amino-{3/β}-methylvaleric acid
3-methyl-{/erythro-}norvaline
Amino-sec-butyl-acetic acid
Amino(1-methylpropyl)-acetic acid | =============== DATABASES =============== |SMILES=CC[C@H](C)[C@@H](C(=O)O)N [1] |InChI=1/C6H13NO2/c1-3-4(2)5(7)6(8)9/h4-5H,3,7H2,1-2H3,(H,8,9)/t4-,5-/m0/s1/f/h8H [1] |ATC_prefix= |ATC_suffix= |ATC_supplemental= |CAS=73-32-5 |DrugBank= |EINECS=200-798-2 [1] |PubChem=6306 | =============== PHYSICAL PROPERTIES =============== | --------------- Structure ------------- |index_of_refraction= |abbe_number= |dielectric_constant= |magnetic_susceptibility= |dipole_moment= | ------------- U-V data -------------- |lambda_max= |extinction_coefficient= | ------------- Infrared data -------------- |absorbtion_bands= | ------------- NMR data -------------- |proton_NMR= |carbon_NMR= |other_NMR= | ------------- Spectrometry data -------------- |mass_spectrometry= | -------- Phase behaviour ------- |delta_f_H_o= |delta_fus_H_o= |delta_fus_S_o= |triple_point_K= |triple_point_C= |triple_point_Pa= |criticle_point_K= |criticle_point_C= |criticle_point_Pa= | ------- Solid properties ------- |S_o_solid= |heat_capacity_solid= |density_solid= |melting_point_C=284 |melting_point_F= |melting_point_K= | ------- Liquid properties ------- |delta_vap_H_o= |delta_vap_S_o= |S_o_liquid= |heat_capacity_liquid= |density_liquid= |viscosity_liquid= |boiling_point_C= |boiling_point_F= |boiling_point_K= | ------------- Gas properties -------------- |S_o_gas= |heat_capacity_gas= |viscosity_gas= | ============== HAZARD PROPERTIES =============== |MSDS= |main_hazards= |nfpa_health= |nfpa_flammability= |nfpa_reactivity= |nfpa_special= |flash_point= |r_phrases= |s_phrases= |RTECS_number= | ============== CHEMICAL PROPERTIES =============== |XLogP=-1.743 [1] |isoelectric_point=6.02 |disociation_constant=2.26; 9.60 |tautomers= |H_bond_donor=2 [1] |H_bond_acceptor=3 [1] | ============== PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES =============== |bioavailability= |metabolism= |elimination_half-life= |excretion= |pregnancy_category= |legal_status= |routes_of_administration= }}

References

  1. a  b  c  d  e  f  g  PubChem 6306


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