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Molecular formula: C22 H33 N O3. Molecular weight: 359. Melting point: 162-164 deg C. Solubility: A. Highly soluble in acetone and methanol. B. Moderately soluble in ether. Physical form: Yellow crystalline powder. Biological activity: Antiarrhymtic agent. c of the reagent. Nicotine Source: Nicotina tabaccum. Molecular formula: C6 H5 N O2. 12. Melting point: 236 deg C. 74: Structure of Nicotine Nitidine Source: Toddalia asiatica. Biological activity: Anti AIDS. 75: Structure of Nitidine Noscapine Source: Papaver somniferum.

Solubility: A Freely soluble in acetone and alcohol. B. Sparingly soluble in carbon disulphide. C. Insoluble in water. Physical form: Pelosine is an amorphous alkaloid. 81: Structure of Pelosine. Pelletrine Source: Punica granatum. Molecular formula: C8 H15 N O. 24. Boiling point: 91 deg C. Biological activity: Antihelmenetic. 82: Structure of Pelletrine Pinitol Source: Punica granatum. Molecular formula: C7 H14 O6. 21. Boiling point: 186 deg C. Biological activity: Antidiabetic. 83: Structure of Pinitol Protopine Source: Papaver somniferum.

72: Structure of Narcotine Napelline Source: Aconitum ferox. Molecular formula: C22 H33 N O3. Molecular weight: 359. Melting point: 162-164 deg C. Solubility: A. Highly soluble in acetone and methanol. B. Moderately soluble in ether. Physical form: Yellow crystalline powder. Biological activity: Antiarrhymtic agent. c of the reagent. Nicotine Source: Nicotina tabaccum. Molecular formula: C6 H5 N O2. 12. Melting point: 236 deg C. 74: Structure of Nicotine Nitidine Source: Toddalia asiatica. Biological activity: Anti AIDS.

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