Product Name:5-cyano-2-methylbenzoic acid

IUPAC Name:5-cyano-2-methylbenzoic acid

CAS:1975-54-8
Molecular Formula:C9H7NO2
Purity:95%+
Catalog Number:CM329431
Molecular Weight:161.16

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CAS NO:1975-54-8
Molecular Formula:C9H7NO2
Melting Point:-
Smiles Code:O=C(O)C1=CC(C#N)=CC=C1C
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Catalog Number:CM329431
Molecular Weight:161.16
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MDL No:MFCD13189533
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