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Structure of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne (C7H12)

Identification of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne Chemical Compound

2D chemical structure image of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne
Chemical Formula C7H12
Molecular Weight 96.17018 g/mol
IUPAC Name (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne
SMILES String CCC(C)C#CC
InChI InChI=1S/C7H12/c1-4-6-7(3)5-2/h7H,5H2,1-3H3/t7-/m1/s1
InChIKey ABEXZFRJQJSEBW-SSDOTTSWSA-N

Chemical Structure Description

A chemical structure of a molecule includes the arrangement of atoms and the chemical bonds that hold the atoms together. The (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne molecule contains a total of 18 bond(s). There are 6 non-H bond(s), 1 multiple bond(s), 1 rotatable bond(s) and 1 triple bond(s).
Images of the chemical structure of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne are given below:

2D chemical structure image of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne
2-dimensional (2D) chemical structure image of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne
3D chemical structure image of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne
3-dimensional (3D) chemical structure image of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne

The 2D chemical structure image of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne is also called skeletal formula, which is the standard notation for organic molecules. The carbon atoms in the chemical structure of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne are implied to be located at the corner(s) and hydrogen atoms attached to carbon atoms are not indicated – each carbon atom is considered to be associated with enough hydrogen atoms to provide the carbon atom with four bonds.

The 3D chemical structure image of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne is based on the ball-and-stick model which displays both the three-dimensional position of the atoms and the bonds between them. The radius of the spheres is therefore smaller than the rod lengths in order to provide a clearer view of the atoms and bonds throughout the chemical structure model of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne.


An Interactive 3-dimensional (3D) Visualization of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne

For a better understanding of the chemical structure, an interactive 3D visualization of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne is provided here.

The (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne molecule shown in the visualization screen can be rotated interactively by keep clicking and moving the mouse button. Mouse wheel zoom is available as well – the size of the (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne molecule can be increased or decreased by scrolling the mouse wheel.

The information of the atoms, bonds, connectivity and coordinates included in the chemical structure of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne can easily be identified by this visualization. By right-clicking the visualization screen, various other options are available including the visualization of van der Waals surface and exporting to a image file.


Additional Information for Identifying (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne Molecule

  • Other names (synonyms) or registry numbers of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne

    The (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne compound may be called differently depending on the various different situations of industrial applications. Below are the list of the other names (synonyms) of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne including the various registry numbers, if available:



    None available.


(4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne Identification Summary Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What’s the chemical formula of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne?
C7H12
How many atoms and what are the elements included the (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne molecule?
19 atom(s) - 12 Hydrogen atom(s) and 7 Carbon atom(s)
How many chemical bonds and what kind of bonds are included the (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne structure?
18 bond(s) - 6 non-H bond(s), 1 multiple bond(s), 1 rotatable bond(s) and 1 triple bond(s)
What’s the (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne’s molecular weight?
96.17018 g/mol
What’s the SMILES code of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne?
CCC(C)C#CC
What’s the InChI string of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne?
InChI=1S/C7H12/c1-4-6-7(3)5-2/h7H,5H2,1-3H3/t7-/m1/s1
What’s the InChIKey code of (4R)-4-methylhex-2-yne?
ABEXZFRJQJSEBW-SSDOTTSWSA-N

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