Sinalbin
Title: Sinalbin
CAS Registry Number: 20196-67-2
Additional Names: Sinapine glucosinalbate
Molecular Formula: C30H42N2O15S2
Molecular Weight: 734.79
Percent Composition: C 49.04%, H 5.76%, N 3.81%, O 32.66%, S 8.73%
Literature References: Mustard oil glucoside from white or yellow mustard (Sinapis alba L., Cruciferae): Gadamer, Arch. Pharm. 235, 38, 83, 570 (1897); Viehoever, Nelson, J. Assoc. Off. Agric. Chem. 21, 488 (1938); Am. J. Pharm. 110, 411 (1938). Structure: Schulz, Gmelin, Z. Naturforsch. 7b, 500 (1952); Ettlinger, Lundeen, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 78, 4172 (1956).
Properties: Needles from 95% ethanol, mp 100-102°. (Also reported as 83-84° for the hydrated, 138-140° for the anhydr.) [a]D20 -8.76° (c = 0.29). Soluble in hot alcohol, cold water.
Melting point: mp 100-102°
Optical Rotation: [a]D20 -8.76° (c = 0.29)

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