List of organic compounds


List of organic compounds

This page aims to list well-known organic compounds, including organometallic compounds, to stimulate the creation of Wikipedia articles. Note that purely inorganic compounds, minerals, and chemical elements are not included on this list. There are also no generic terms (e.g., carbohydrate) or mixtures of no fixed composition (e.g., naphtha, gasoline). Compounds and enzymes that are overwhelmingly of interest to biochemists, such as Cytochrome c peroxidase, are listed under list of biomolecules.

This list is not necessarily complete or up to date — if you see an article that should be here but isn't (or one that shouldn't be here but is), please update the page accordingly.

For substances with a number prefix such as 2-Butanol or 1,3-Cyclohexadiene, please use the first letter of the name (in this case under B or C) to find the compound. Note that such names usually have the first letter capitalized in a title or at the beginning of a sentence.

Relevant links for chemical compounds are:

* The CAS [http://www.cas.org Substance Databases] , which contains information on about 23 million compounds
* ChemIDplus [http://chem.sis.nlm.nih.gov/chemidplus/] is a useful non-commercial source for chemical lookups
* NIST Chemistry WebBook [http://webbook.nist.gov/chemistry/] is a freely available resource compiled by National Institute of Standards and Technology under the Standard Reference Data Program. Apart from chemical structures, it contains a wealth of associated physico-chemical information such as thermochemistry data and spectra
* ChEBI [http://www.ebi.ac.uk/chebi/] , a freely available dictionary of molecular entities focused on ‘small’ chemical compounds
* PubChem [http://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/] , maintained by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), serves as a repository of chemical compounds from many public and commercial resources
* http://physchem.ox.ac.uk/MSDS/ Material Safety Data Sheets, plus other relevant links

These (commercial) links may also provide useful information:

* Chemfinder [http://chemfinder.cambridgesoft.com/] is helpful for finding information about a chemical (disable and delete cookies!)
* Sigma Aldrich [http://www.sigmaaldrich.com]
* Acros Organics [http://www.acros.com]
* Lancaster [http://www.lancastersynthesis.com]
* Chemical Suppliers Directory [http://www.rdchemicals.com]
* ChemSpider [http://www.chemspider.com/] has over 20 million structures with chemical names and the ability to download the molfile locally. It includes links to chemical vendors, PubChem, ChEBI and over 100 other sources and is curated by users.

Whilst most compounds are referred to by their IUPAC name, "traditional" names have also been kept where they are in wide use or of significant historical interest.

"See also:" organic compound, list of compounds, list of inorganic compounds, inorganic compounds by element, list of biomolecules, polyatomic ions, list of elements by name, list of alchemical substances, list of drugs, list of reactions.

A

For substances with an A- or α- prefix such as α-Terpinene, please see the parent page (in this case Terpinene).

* Abietic acid - C20H30O2
* Acenaphthene
* Acenaphthoquinone
* Acenaphthylene
* Acepromazine
* Acetaldehyde — CH3CHO, also known as ethanal
* Acetamide
* Acetaminophen — C8H9NO2
* Acetaminosalol
* Acetamiprid
* Acetanilide
* Acetic acid — CH3COOH, also known as ethanoic acid, Glacial acetic acid or GAA
* Acetoguanamine
* Acetone — CH3COCH3, or (CH3)2CO
* Acetonitrile
* Acetophenone
* Acetylcholine – (CH3)3N+CH2CH2OCOCH3.
* Acetylene — C2H2
* N-Acetylglutamate
* Acetylsalicylic Acid also known as Aspirin
* Acid fuchsin
* Acridine — C13H9N
* Acridine orange
* Acrolein
* Acrylamide — C3H5NO
* Acrylic acid — CH2=CHCOOH
* Acrylonitrile
* Acryloyl chloride
* Acyclovir
* Adamantane
* Adenosine
* Adipamide
* Adipic acid
* Adiponitrile
* Adipoyl dichloride
* Adonitol
* Adrenaline, epinephrine
* Adrenochrome
* Aflatoxin
* Alanine
* Albumins
* Alcian blue
* Aldosterone
* Aldrin
* Aliquat 336
* Alizarin
* Allantoic acid
* Allantoin
* Allethrin
* Allyl propyl disulfide
* Allylamine
* Allyl chloride
* Amido black 10b
* p-Aminobenzoic acid (PABA)
* Aminodiacetic acid
* Aminoethylpiperazine
* 5-Amino-2-hydroxybenzoic acid
* Aminophylline
* 5-Aminosalicylic acid
* Aminothiazole
* Amiodarone
* Amiton
* Amobarbital
* Amoxicillin — C16H19N3O5S.3H2O
* Amphetamine
* Amyl nitrate
* Amyl nitrite — C5H11A.ONO
* Anethole
* Angelic acid
* Anilazine
* AnilineC6H5-NH2
* Aniline hydrochloride
* Anisole
* Anisoyl chloride
* Anthanthrene
* Anthracene – (C6H4CH)2
* Anthramine
* Anthranilic acid
* Anthraquinone
* Anthrone
* Antipyrine
* Aprotinin
* Arabinose
* Arginine
* Aroclor (polychlorinated biphenyls)
* Ascorbic acid (vitamin C)
* Asparagine
* Asparagusic acid
* Aspartame
* Aspartic acid
* Asphidophytidine
* Astrablue
* Atrazine
* Auramine o
* Aureine
* Avobenzone
* Azadirachtin A — C35H44O16
* Azathioprine
* Azelaic acid
* Azinphos-methyl
* Aziridine
* Azithromycin
* Azo violet
* Azobenzene
* Azulene
* Azure a

B

For substances with a B- or β- prefix such as β-Pinene, please see the parent page (in this case Pinene).

* Bacillomycin
* Barbital
* Barbituric acid
* Behenic acid
* Benomyl
* Benzaldehyde
* Benzalkonium chloride
* Benzamide
* Benzanthrone
* Benzene — C6H6
* Benzethonium chloride
* Benzidine
* Benzil
* Benzilic acid
* Benzimidazole
* Benzisothiazolinone
* Benzisoxazole
* Benzo(a)anthracene
* Benzo(c)cinnoline
* Benzo(a)pyrene
* Benzo(c)phenanthrene
* Benzo(e)fluoranthene
* Benzo(e)pyrene
* Benzo(ghi)perylene
* Benzo(j)fluoranthene
* Benzo(k)fluoranthene
* Benzo(c)thiophene
* Benzocaine
* Benzofuran
* Benzoic acid
* Benzoin
* Benzothiazole
* Benzothiophene
* Benzotriazole
* Benzoxazole
* Benzoyl chloride
* Benzyl alcohol
* Benzyl chloroformate
* Benzylamine
* Benzyldimethylamine
* Benzylidene acetone
* Betaine
* Betulin
* Butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) – C6H2(OH)(CH3)(C(CH3)3)2
* Biotin (Vitamin H)
* Biphenyl
* 2,2'-Bipyridyl = 2,2'-Bipyridine
* 1,8-Bis(dimethylamino)naphthalene (Proton-sponge, Aldrich trademark name)
* Bis(chloromethyl) ether
* Bismarck brown y
* Bisphenol A
* Biuret
* Borneol
* Brassinolide
* Brilliant cresyl blue
* Bromacil
* Bromoacetic acid
* Bromobenzene
* 2-Bromo-1-chloropropane
* Bromocresol purple
* Bromocyclohexane
* Bromoform
* BromomethaneBrCH3
* Bromophenol blue
* 2-Bromopropane
* Bromothymol blue
* Bromotrifluoromethane
* Brucine
* Buckminsterfullerene
* Buspirone
* 1,3-Butadiene
* Butadiene resin
* Butane — C4H10
* Butene
* 2-Butoxyethanol
* Butylamine = n-Butylamine
* Butyllithium
* 2-Butyne-1,4-diol
* Butyraldehyde
* Butyrophenone
* Butyryl chloride

C

For substances with an c- or "cis"- prefix such as "cis"-3-hexenal, you may find these listed under the parent name letter (in this case "H"), as is the norm in chemical catalogues.

* Cacodylic acid
* Cacotheline
* Cadaverine — NH2(CH2)5NH2
* Cadinene
* Cafestol
* Caffeine
* Calcein
* Calciferol (Vitamin D)
* Calcitonin
* Calmodulin
* Calreticulin
* Camphene
* Camphor
* Cannabinol
* Caprolactam
* Caprolactone
* Capsaicin
* Captan
* Captopril
* Carbazole
* Carbazol-9-yl-methanol (N-(Hydroxymethyl)carbazole)
* Carbofuran
* Carbonyl fluoride
* Carboplatin
* Carboxypolymethylene
* Carminic acid
* Carnauba wax
* Carnitine
* Cartap
* Carvacrol
* Carvone
* Castor oil
* Catechol
* Cedar wood oil
* Cefazolin
* Cefotaxime
* Ceftriaxone
* Cellulose
* Cellulose acetate
* Cetrimide
* Cetyl alcohol
* Chloracetyl chloride
* Chloral
* Chloral hydrate
* Chlorambucil
* Chloramine-T
* Chloramphenicol
* Chloranilic acid
* Chlordane
* Chlorhexidine gluconate
* Chloro-m-cresol
* Chloroacetic acid
* 4-Chloroaniline (p-Chloroaniline)
* Chlorobenzene
* 2-Chlorobenzoic acid (o-Chlorobenzoic acid)
* Chlorodifluoromethane
* Chloroethene — C2H3Cl
* Chlorofluoromethane
* Chloroform — CHCl3
* Chloromethane
* 2-Chloro-2-methylpropane ("tert" butyl chloride)
* Chloronitroaniline
* Chloropentafluoroethane
* Chloropicrin
* Chloroprene
* Chloroquine
* Chlorostyrene
* Chlorothiazide
* Chlorotrifluoromethane
* Chlorotrimethylsilane
* Chloroxuron
* Chlorpyrifos
* Chlorthiamide
* Cholesterol
* Choline
* Chromotropic acid
* Cilostazol
* Cinchonine
* Cinnamaldehyde
* Cinnamic acid
* Cinnamyl alcohol
* Cinnoline — C4H4N2
* cis-2-butene
* "cis"-3-Hexenal
* "cis"-3-Hexen-1-ol
* Citral
* Citric acid — C3H4OH(COOH)3
* Citronella oil
* Citronellal
* Citrulline
* Clobetasone
* Clopidol
* Cloxacillin — C19H17ClN3O5S*Na*H2O
* Cobalamin (Vitamin B12)
* Cocamidopropyl
* Colchicine
* Collagen
* Collodion
* Congo red
* Coniine
* Coomassie blue
* Coronene
* Coumarin
* Creatine
* Cresol
* Cresyl violet
* Crotonaldehyde
* 18-Crown-6
* Crystal violet
* Cubane
* Cumene
* Cuneane
* Cupferron
* Cuscohygrine
* Cyanogen
* Cyanogen chloride
* Cyanoguanidine
* Cyanuric acid
* Cyanuric chloride
* Cyclodecane
* α-Cyclodextrin
* Cyclododecane
* Cycloheptatriene
* 1,3-Cyclohexadiene
* 1,4-Cyclohexadiene
* Cyclohexane
* Cyclohexanol
* Cyclohexanone
* Cyclohexene
* Cyclonite - (CH2-N-NO2)3
* Cyclooctatetraene
* Cyclopentadiene — C5H6
* Cyclopentane
* Cyclopentanol
* Cyclopentanone
* Cyclopentene
* Cypermethrin
* Cysteamine
* Cysteine
* Cystine
* Cytosine — C4H5N3O

D

For substances with a d- or D- prefix such as D-alanine or DL-alanine, please see the parent page (in this case alanine).

* DABCO
* DDT
* Decaborane
* Decabromodiphenyl ether
* Decahydronaphthalene
* Decane — C10H22
* Dehydroacetic acid
* Dehydrocholic acid
* Deltamethrin
* Demeton
* Denatonium
* Dexamethazone
* Dextran
* Dextrin
* 3,3'-Diaminobenzidine
* Di-t-butyl peroxide
* Diacetylene
* Diazinon
* Diazomethane
* 1,2-Dibromoethane
* Dibucaine hydrochloride
* Dichloroacetic acid
* "p"-Dichlorobenzene
* Dichlorobutane
* Dichlorodifluoromethane
* Dichlorodimethylsilane
* 1,2-Dichloroethane
* Dichlorofluoromethane
* Dichlorophen
* 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid
* Dichlorotrifluoroethane
* Dichlorvos
* Diclofenac sodium
* Dicofol
* Dicrotophos
* Dicyclopentadiene
* Dieldrin
* Diethanolamine
* Diethion
* Diethyl aluminium chloride a Lewis acid
* Diethylamine
* Diethylene glycol
* Diethylenetriamine
* Diethyl ether
* Difluoromethane
* Digitonin
* Dihydrocortisone
* Diisoheptyl phthalate
* Diisopropyl ether
* Diketene
* Dimethicone
* Dimethylamine
* "N,N"-Dimethylacetamide
* "N,N"-dimethylaniline
* 1,2-Dimethylbenzene (o-Xylene)
* 1,3-Dimethylbenzene (m-Xylene)
* 1,4-Dimethylbenzene (p-Xylene)
* "N,N"-dimethylformamide
* Dimethyldiethoxysilane
* Dimethylglyoxime
* Dimethylmercury
* Dimethyl sulfoxide
* Dinoseb
* Dioctyl phthalate
* Dioxane
* Dioxathion
* Dioxin
* Diphenylacetylene (Tolane)
* Diphenylmethanol (Benzhydrol)
* Diquat
* Direct Blue 1
* Disulfiram
* Disulfoton
* Dithranol
* 2,6-Di-tert-butylphenol
* 2,6-Di-tert-butyl-4-methylphenol
* 2,6-Di-tert-butylpyridine
* Diuron
* Divinylbenzene
* Docosane
* Dodecane
* Dodecylbenzene
* Domperidone
* Dopamine
* Doxylamine succinate

E

* EDTA (Ethylenediamine-N,N,N',N'-tetraacetic acid)
* Eicosane
* Endosulfan
* Endrin
* Eosin
* Ephedrine
* Epibromohydrin
* Epinephrine — C9H13NO3
* Erucic acid — CH3(CH2)7CH=CH(CH2)11COOH
* Erythritol
* Estradiol
* Ethacridine lactate
* Ethane — C2H6
* 1,2-Ethanedithiol — C2H4(SH2)2
* Ethanol — CH3CH2OH
* Ethene — C2H4
* Ethidium bromide
* Ethyl acetate
* Ethylamine
* Ethyl 4-aminobenzoate (Ethyl p-aminobenzoate)
* Ethylbenzene
* Ethyl chloride
* Ethylene
* Ethylene glycol — OHCH2CH2OH
* Ethylene oxide
* Ethyl formate
* 2-Ethyl-1-hexanol
* Eugenol

F

* Farnesol
* Ferrocene
* Fipronil
* Flunixin
* Fluoranthene
* Fluorene
* 9-Fluorenone
* Fluorescein
* Fluorobenzene
* Fluoroethylene
* Fluoxetine
* Folic acid (Vitamin M)
* Fonofos
* Formaldehyde — HCHO
* Formamide
* Formanilide
* Formic acid — HCOOH
* Formoterol
* Fructose
* Fumaric acid
* Furan (furane)
* Furfural
* Furfuryl alcohol
* Furfurylamine
* Furylfuramide

G

* Gadopentetate - also known as Magnevist
* Galactose
* Gamma-aminobutyric acid
* Gamma-butyrolactone
* Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB)
* Geraniol
* Gibberellic acid
* Gluconic acid
* Glucose — C6H12O6
* Glutamic acid (glutamate)
* Glutamine
* Glutaraldehyde
* Glutaric acid
* Glutathione
* Glyburide
* Glycerin (glycerol)
* Glycerol (glycerin)
* Glycerophosphoric acid
* Glycidol
* Glycine — NH2CH2COOH
* Glycogen
* Glycolic acid
* Glyoxal
* Guaiacol
* Guanidine
* Guanine
* Guanosine

H

* Halothane
* Hematoxylin
* HEPES
* Heptadecane
* Heptane — C7H16
* Hexabromocyclododecane
* Hexachloropropene
* Hexadecane
* Hexafluoro-2-propanol
* Hexafluoro-2-propanone
* Hexafluoroethane
* Hexafluoropropylene
* Hexamethyldewarbenzene
* Hexamethyldisilazane
* Hexamethylenimine
* Hexamethylolmelamine
* Hexamine – (CH2)6N4
* Hexane — C6H14
* Hexanitrodiphenylamine
* Hexanoic acid
* "cis"-3-Hexanal
* "cis"-3-Hexen-1-ol
* Hippuric acid
* Histidine — NH2CH(C4H5N2)COOH
* Histamine
* Homoarginine
* Homocysteine
* Homocystine
* Homotaurine
* Hydrochlorothiazide
* Hydrocinnamic acid
* Hydroquinone
* Hydroxyproline
* 5-Hydroxytryptamine
* Hygrine

I

* Ibuprofen
* Imazapyr
* Imidazole
* Imiquimod
* Indazole
* Indene
* Indigo
* Indole
* Indoline
* Indole-3-acetic acid
* Inositol
* Iodoxybenzene
* Ionone
* Ipratropium bromide
* Isatin
* Isoamyl isobutyrate
* Isobenzofuran
* Isoborneol
* Isobornyl acetate
* Isoflurane
* Isoindole
* Isoleucine
* Isomelamine
* Isooctanol
* Isophthalic acid
* Isopropanol – (CH3)2CHOH, also known as IPA, IsoPropyl alcohol
* Isoquinoline
* Isoxazole
* Itraconazole

J

* Jasmone
* Jenner's stain

K

* Kanamycin
* Kepone alcohol
* Keratin
* Ketene
* Kojic acid

L

For substances with an l- or L- prefix such as L-alanine or DL-alanine, please see the parent page (in this case alanine).

* Lactic acid — CH3CH(OH)COOH
* Lactose
* Lauric acid
* Lauryl alcohol
* LDA (Lithium diisopropylamide)
* Leucine
* Levulinic acid
* Limonene
* Linalool
* Linoleic acid
* Linolenic acid
* Lipoamide
* Lithium diisopropylamide
* Loratadine
* LSD
* Luminol
* 2,6-Lutidine
* Lycopene
* Lysine

M

For substances with an "m"- or "meta"- prefix such as "m"-cresol, "meta"-cresol or metacresol that are not listed below, please look for a more generic page (in this case cresol).For substances with a "meso"- prefix such as "meso"-tartaric acid or mesotartaric acid that are not listed below, please see the parent page (in this case tartaric acid).

* Malachite green
* Malathion
* Maleic anhydride
* Malic acid
* Maltose
* Mandelonitrile
* Mannide monooleate
* Mannose
* Mauveine
* MDMA
* Mecoprop
* MEK
* Melatonin
* Meldola's blue
* Meloxicam
* Menthol
* 2-Mercaptoethanol
* 2-Mercaptopyridine
* Merocyanine
* Mesityl oxide
* Mesitylene – (CH3)3-C6H3
* Mesotartaric acid
* Metaldehyde
* Metamizole (dipyrone)
* Methane — CH4
* Methanesulfonic acid
* Methanol — CH3OH
* Methionine
* Methomyl
* 4-Methoxybenzaldehyde (anisaldehyde)
* Methoxychlor
* Methoxyflurane
* Methyl acetate
* Methyl-2-cyanoacrylate
* Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK)
* Methyl isobutyl ketone (MIBK)
* Methyl isocyanate — CH3-N=C=O
* Methyl methacrylate
* Methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE)
* Methylal
* Methylamine
* 2-Methylbenzoic acid (o-Toluic acid)
* 4-Methylbenzoic acid (p-Toluic acid)
* Methyl chloroformate
* Methylcyclohexane
* Methylene blue — C16H18ClN3S
* Methylhydrazine
* Methylmercury
* Methylmorpholine
* 2-Methylpropene (isobutylene)
* "N"-Methylpyrrolidone — C5H9NO
* Methyltriethoxysilane
* Methyltrimethoxysilane
* Metoprolol
* Metronidazole
* Michler's ketone
* Milrinone
* Monocrotophos
* Monosodium glutamate
* Mordant red 19
* Morpholine
* MTBE
* Murexide
* Mustard gas — C4H8Cl2S
* Myrcene

N

For substances with an "n"- or "normal"- prefix such as "n"-pentane that are not listed below, please see the parent page (in this case pentane).

For substances with an "N"- prefix (meaning "on nitrogen") such as "N,N"-dimethylformamide, if these are not listed below please see the parent page (in this case dimethylformamide).

* n-Nonadecane
* n-Tetradecylbenzene
* Naphthalene — C10H8
* Naphthoquinone (Vitamin K)
* 2-Naphthylamine
* Neomycin
* Niacin or nicotinic acid (Vitamin B3)
* Nicotine
* Niflumic acid
* Nile red
* Nimesulide
* Nitrilotriacetic acid
* Nitrobenzene
* Nitrocellulose
* Nitroethane
* Nitrofen
* Nitrofurantoin
* Nitroglycerine — C3H5(NO2)3
* Nitromethane
* Nitrosobenzene
* N-Nitroso-N-methylurea
* Nitrosomethylurethane
* Nominine
* Nonacosane
* Nonane — C9H20
* Noradrenaline, norepinephrine
* Norephidrine
* Norcarane
* Norleucine
* Nujol
*NMN

O

For substances with an "o"- or "ortho"- prefix such as "o"-cresol, "ortho"-cresol or orthocresol that are not listed below, please look for a more generic page (in this case cresol).

* Octabromodiphenyl ether
* Octane — C8H18
* 1-Octanethiol
* Octanoic acid
* 4-Octylphenol
* Oleic acid
* Orcin
* Orcinol
* Ornithine
* Orotic acid
* Oxalic acid
* Oxalyl Chloride — C2O2Cl2
* Oxamide
* Oxazole
* Oxolinic acid
* Oxymetholone

P

For substances with an "p"- or "para"- prefix such as "p"-cresol, "para"-cresol or paracresol that are not listed below, please look for a more generic page (in this case cresol).

* p-nitro benzal dehyde
* PABA
* Paclitaxel
* Palmitic acid
* Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5)
* Para red
* Parachlorometaxylenol (PCMX)
* Paraformaldehyde
* Parathion
* Pelargonic acid
* Pentabromodiphenyl ether
* Pentachlorobiphenyl
* Pentachlorophenol
* Pentadecane
* Pentaerythritol
* Pentaethylene glycol
* Pentafluoroethane
* Pentane — C5H12
* Pentetic acid
* Perfluorotributylamine
* Permethrin
* Peroxyacetic acid
* Perylene
* Petroleum ether
* Phenacetin
* Phenacyl bromide
* Phenanthrene
* Phenanthrenequinone
* Phencyclidine
* Phenethylamine
* Phenobarbital (c-iv)
* PhenolC6H5OH
* Phenol red, sodium salt
* Phenolphthalein
* Phenothiazine
* Phenylacetic acid
* Phenylacetylene
* Phenylalanine
* "p"-Phenylenediamine
* Phenylhydrazine
* Phenylhydroxylamine
* Phenyllithium
* 4-Phenyl-4-(1-piperidinyl)cyclohexanol (PPC)
* Phenylthiocarbamide — C7H8N2S
* Phloroglucinol
* Phorate
* Phthalic anhydride
* Phthalic acid
* Phytic acid
* 4-Picoline
* Picric acid — C6H2(OH)(NO2)3
* Pimelic acid
* Pinacol
* Piperazine
* Piperidine
* Piperonal
* Piperylene
* Pivaloyl chloride
* Polyacrylonitrile
* Polyamide 6 = Nylon 6
* Polybenzimidazole - Polybenzimidazole fiber
* Polyethylenimine
* Polygeline
* Polyisobutylene
* Polypropylene
* Polypropylene glycol
* Polystyrene
* Polyurethane
* Polyvinyl acetate
* Polyvinyl alcohol
* Polyvinyl chloride
* Polyvinylidene chloride
* Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF)
* Polyvinylpyrrolidone = Poly vinyl pyrrolidone (PVP)
* Porphyrin
* Potassium clavulanate — C8H8KNO5
* Potassium 2-ethyl hexanoate — C8H15KO2
* Prednisone
* Primaquine
* Procaine
* Progesterone
* Prolactin (PRL)
* Proline
* Propane — C3H8
* Propanoic acid
* 2-Propanone
* Propargyl alcohol
* Propiconazole
* Propiolactone
* Propiolic acid
* Propionaldehyde
* Propionitrile
* Propoxur
* Proton-sponge (Aldrich trademark name)
* Purine
* Putrescine — C4H12N2
* Pyrazine
* Pyrazole
* Pyrene
* Pyrethrin
* Pyridazine
* Pyridine — C5H5N
* Pyridinium tribromide
* 2-Pyridone
* Pyridoxal
* Pyridoxine or pyridoxamine (Vitamin B6)
* Pyrilamine
* Pyrimethamine
* Pyrimidine — C4H4N2
* Pyrocatechol violet
* Pyroglutamic acid
* Pyrrole
* Pyrrolidine
* Pyruvic acid

Q

* Quinaldine
* Quinazoline
* Quinhydrone
* Quinoline
* Quinone
* Quinoxaline

R

* Raffinose
* Resorcinol
* Retinene
* Retinol (Vitamin A)
* Rhodanine
* Riboflavin (vitamin B2)
* Ribofuranose
* Ribose
* Ricin
* Rosolic acid
* Rotane
* Rotenone

S

For substances with an "s"- or "secondary"- prefix such as "s"-butyllithium or "sec"-butyllithium that are not listed below, please see the parent page (in this case under B, butyllithium).

* Saccharin
* Safrole
* Salicin
* Salicylaldehyde
* Salicylic acid
* Salvinorin A
* Sarin
* Sclareol
* Sebacic acid
* Sebacoyl chloride
* Selacholeic acid
* Selenocysteine
* Selenomethionine
* Serine
* Serine kinase
* Serotonin
* Shikimic acid
* Sildenafil (also known as Viagra)
* Skatole
* Snakeroot oil
* Sorbic acid
* Sotolone
* Spermidine
* Squalene
* Stearic acid
* Strychnine
* Styrene
* Succinic anhydride
* Sucrose (sugar)
* Sulfanilamide
* Sulfanilic acid
* Sulforhodamine b
* Suxamethonium chloride

T

For substances with an "t"- or "tertiary"- prefix such as "t"-butyllithium or "tert"-butyllithium that are not listed below, please see the parent page (in this case under B, butyllithium). For substances with an t- or "trans"- prefix such as *trans-2-Butene, you may find these listed under the parent name letter (in this case "B"), as is the norm in chemical catalogues.

* Tabun — C2H5OP(O)(CN)N(CH3)2
* Tannic acid
* Tannin
* Tartaric acid
* Tartrazine
* Taurine
* Terephthalic acid
* Terephthalonitrile
* "p"-Terphenyl
* α-Terpineol
* Testosterone
* Tetrachlorobiphenyl
* Tetrachloroethylene
* Tetrachloromethane (carbon tetrachloride) – CCl4
* Tetradecane
* Tetraethylene glycol
* Tetrafluoroethene
* Tetrahedrane
* Tetrahydrofuran
* Tetrahydronaphthalene
* Tetramethrin
* Tetramethylsilane (TMS, standard for NMR)
* Tetramethylurea
* Tetranitromethane
* Tetrathiafulvalene (TTF)
* Tetrazine — C2H2N4 (hypothetical)
* Tetrodotoxin
* Tetryl — C7H5N5O8
* Thalidomide
* Thiamine (Vitamin B1) – C12H17ClN4OS·HCl
* Thiazole
* Thioacetamide
* Thiolactic acid
* Thiophene
* Thiophosgene
* Thiourea
* Thiram
* Thorin
* Threonine
* Thrombopoietin
* Thymidine
* Thymine
* Thymol
* Thymolphthalein
* Thyroxine (T4)
* Tiglic acid
* Tinidazole
* Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
* TolueneC6H5CH3
* Toluene diisocyanate
* "p"-Toluenesulfonic acid
* o-Toluic acid (2-Methylbenzoic acid)
* "p"-Toluic acid (4-Methylbenzoic acid)
* Toxaphene
* Triangulane
* Triazole
* Tributyl phosphate
* Tributylamine
* Tributylphosphine
* Trichloroacetic acid
* Trichloroacetonitrile
* 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
* Trichloroethylene
* Trichlorofluoromethane
* 2,4,6-Trichloroanisole
* 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
* Tris
* Tricine
* Triclabendazole
* Triclosan
* Tricosane
* Tridecane
* Tridecanoic acid
* Triethylaluminium
* Triethylamine
* Triethylamine hydrochloride — C6H15N·HCl
* Triethylene glycol
* Triethylenediamine
* Trifluoroacetic acid (TFA)
* 1,1,1-Trifluoroethane
* 2,2,2-Trifluoroethanol
* Trifluoromethane
* Trimellitic anhydride
* Trimethoxyamphetamine
* Trimethyl phosphite
* Trimethylamine
* Trimethylbenzene
* 2,2,4-Trimethylpentane (isooctane)
* Trinitrotoluene (TNT) – C6H2(NO2)3CH3 or 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene
* Tri-o-cresyl phosphate
* Triphenyl phosphate
* Triphenylamine
* Triphenylantimony
* Triphenylene
* Triphenylmethane
* Triphenylmethanol
* Triphenylphosphine
* Tropane
* Tropinone
* Trypan blue
* Tryptophan
* Tyrosine — C9O3H11N

U

* Umbelliferone
* Undecanol
* Uracil
* Urea — CO(NH2)2
* Urethane
* Uric acid — C5H4N4O3
* Uridine
* Usnic acid

V

* Valine
* Valium
* Valproic acid
* Vanillin
* Venlafaxine
* Vigulariol
* Vinyl acetate
* Vinyl fluoride
* Vinylidene chloride
* Violanthrone-79 (16,17-bis(octyloxy)anthra [9,1,2-"cde"] benzo ["rst"] pentaphene-5,10-dione)
* Vitamin A (retinol)
* Vitamin B
* Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
* Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
* Vitamin B3 (niacin or nicotinic acid)
* Vitamin B4 (adenine)
* Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)
* Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine or pyridoxamine)
* Vitamin B12 (cobalamin)
* Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
* Vitamin D (calciferol)
* Vitamin E (tocopherol)
* Vitamin F
* Vitamin H (biotin)
* Vitamin K (naphthoquinone)
* Vitamin M (folic acid)
* Vitamin P (niacin or nicotinic acid)
* Vitamin S

W

* Warfarin

X

* Xanthan gum
* Xanthone
* Xylene
* Xylene cyanole ff
* Xylenol orange
* Xylose
* Xylyl bromide

Y

* Yohimbine hydrochloride - C21H26N2O3
* Yohimbinic acid monohydrate

Z

* Zingiberene


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