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Cytisine

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CAS Registry Number: 485-35-8 Open image in new window

Taxonomy: Physicochemical and Pharmacological Properties of Alkaloids – Quinolizidine Alkaloids

Biological sources: Ammodendron argenteum, A. conollyi, A. eichwaldii, A. karelinii, A. longiracemosum, Ammothamnus lehmannii, Cladrastis amurensis, Cytisus laburnum, Genista abchasica, G. aethnensis, G. ispanica, G Laburnum anagyroides, Maackia amurensis, Sophora alopecuroides, S. griffithii, S. japonica, S. pachycarpa, Spartium junceum, Thermopsis alpina, T.alterniflora, T. dolichocarpa, T. fabacea, T. lanceolata, T. turkestanica, Vexibia pachycarpa

C11H14N2O: 190.1106

Mp: 155°C (Me2CO), 290°C (picrate), 298°C (perchlorate), 187°C (nitrate) [1]

[α]D −120° (H2O)

Solubility: very sol. H2O, EtOH, MeOH, CHCl3; sol. Me2CO, C6H6; spar. sol. pet. ether, Et2O [1]

UV: 235, 308(3.80, 3.90) [2]

IR: 3320, 3280, 1646, 1567, 1553, 1540, 1483, 1312, 1301, 1266, 1232, 1178, 1158, 1141, 1115, 1104, 1088, 1075, 1058, 1038, 1013, 978, 923, 908, 893,...

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