3-Ethenylpyridine
Title: 3-Ethenylpyridine
CAS Registry Number: 1121-55-7
Additional Names: b-vinylpyridine; 3-EP
Molecular Formula: C7H7N
Molecular Weight: 105.14
Percent Composition: C 79.96%, H 6.71%, N 13.32%
Literature References: Combustion product of nicotine found in mainstream and sidestream smoke from cigarettes and cigars. Prepn: H. A. Iddles et al., J. Am. Chem. Soc. 59, 1945 (1937). Electronic spectra: R. Abu-Eittah et al., Int. J. Quantum Chem. 39, 211 (1991). Toxicology: K. D. Brunnemann et al., Cancer Lett. 65, 107 (1992). Use as tracer for environmental tobacco smoke exposure: M. W. Ogden, Anal. Commun. 33, 197 (1996); J. M. Daisey et al., J. Exposure Anal. Environ. Epidemiol. 8, 313 (1998). Rapid chromatographic determn in indoor environments: G. Bertoni et al., Chromatographia 43, 296 (1996).
Properties: Light-yellow liquid. Polymerizes at room temperatures. Sol in ether, partially sol in alcohol and very slightly sol in water. uv max (cyclohexane): 278, 239 nm (e 3320, 3920 L/mol cm); uv max (methanol): 279, 238 nm (e 3322, 3930 L/mol cm).
Absorption maximum: uv max (cyclohexane): 278, 239 nm (e 3320, 3920 L/mol cm); uv max (methanol): 279, 238 nm (e 3322, 3930 L/mol cm)
Use: Tracer compound for environmental tobacco smoke.

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