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Azulene (Synonyms: Cyclopentacycloheptene)

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Azulene (Cyclopentacycloheptene) is as an isomer of naphthalene with high anti-HIV activity. Azulene, isolated from the distillation of chamomile oil, is a scaffold in medicinal chemistry.

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Azulene Chemical Structure

Azulene Chemical Structure

CAS No. : 275-51-4

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Description

Azulene (Cyclopentacycloheptene) is as an isomer of naphthalene with high anti-HIV activity. Azulene, isolated from the distillation of chamomile oil, is a scaffold in medicinal chemistry[1][2][3].

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HIV

 

In Vitro

Azulene is an interesting scaffold in medicinal chemistry as it resembles several other bicyclic aromatics that are frequently found in drugs. Azulene, a structural isomer of naphthalene, is a bicyclic nonbenzenoid aromatic hydrocarbon having a dipole moment due to the electron-rich five-membered ring and electron-deficient sevenmembered ring[1].

Molecular Weight

128.17

Formula

C₁₀H₈

CAS No.

275-51-4

SMILES

C12=CC=CC=CC1=CC=C2

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Powder -20°C 3 years
  4°C 2 years
In solvent -80°C 6 months
  -20°C 1 month
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