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Species with data from:

Whitmore, F.C.; Sutherland, L.H.; Cosby, J.N., Higher Hydrocarbons. I. Seven Alkyl Substituted Docosanes., J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1942, 64, 1360.

18 matching species were found.

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  1. n-Hexadecanoic acid (C16H32O2)
    C16H32O2
  2. Tetradecanoic acid (C14H28O2)
    C14H28O2
  3. Hexadecanoic acid, methyl ester (C17H34O2)
    C17H34O2
  4. Dodecanoic acid (C12H24O2)
    C12H24O2
  5. Methyl tetradecanoate (C15H30O2)
    C15H30O2
  6. Tetradecanenitrile (C14H27N)
    C14H27N
  7. Dodecanenitrile (C12H23N)
    C12H23N
  8. Hexadecanenitrile (C16H31N)
    C16H31N
  9. Docosane, 11-butyl- (C26H54)
    C26H54
  10. Docosane, 5-butyl- (C26H54)
    C26H54
  11. Docosane, 9-butyl- (C26H54)
    C26H54
  12. Docosane, 7-hexyl- (C28H58)
    C28H58
  13. Docosane, 11-decyl- (C32H66)
    C32H66
  14. Docosane, 7-butyl- (C26H54)
    C26H54
  15. Docosane, 9-octyl- (C30H62)
    C30H62
  16. 5-Octadecanone (C18H36O)
    C18H36O
  17. 5-eicosanone (C20H40O)
  18. hexadecan-5-one (C16H32O)
    C16H32O