Product Name:1-methylcyclopropane-1-sulfonyl chloride

IUPAC Name:1-methylcyclopropane-1-sulfonyl chloride

Molecular Formula:C4H7ClO2S
Catalog Number:CM327820
Molecular Weight:154.61

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CAS NO:923032-55-7
Molecular Formula:C4H7ClO2S
Melting Point:-
Smiles Code:O=S(C1(C)CC1)(Cl)=O
Catalog Number:CM327820
Molecular Weight:154.61
Boiling Point:
Storage:Protect from light and store in a dry and close container at 2°C~8°C

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Cyclopropane is the smallest cyclic compound with unique structural features and physicochemical properties, which is widely used in the design of small molecule drugs. In drug design, it is often used to increase activity, fix conformation and improve PK and water solubility. The introduction of cyclopropyl groups into drugs can change various properties of molecules, such as improving metabolic stability; increasing biological activity; enhancing drug efficacy; limiting polypeptide conformation and slowing down its hydrolysis; reducing plasma clearance; improving drug dissociation and many more. Cyclopropane rings are widely found in marketed drugs, including cardiovascular drugs, central nervous system (CNS) drugs, anticancer drugs, autoimmune and anti-inflammatory drugs.