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Empirical formula: C7H5N1O3S1
a: 9.563 Å
b: 6.913 Å
c: 11.822 Å
α (alpha): 90.00 °
β (beta): 103.85 °
γ (gamma): 90.00 °
Volume: 758.82 Å3
Space group: P21/c
Calculated density: 1.603 g/cm3
Z: 4
Formula weight: 183.188 g/mole
R(F): 0.0520
Short description: Saccharin is one of the oldest artificial sweeteners in use today.
Trade name: Sweet N Low
CSD refcode: SCCHRN
Keyword: artificial sweetener
Common name: Saccharin
CAS registry number: 81-07-2
Layman's explanation: Saccharin was discovered by Constantine Fahlberg, a research assistant at John Hopkins University in 1879, while trying to create a new preservative. It is named after the Latin word saccharum, meaning sugar. Saccharin is used in many food products, from baked goods to soft drinks and as a tabletop sweetener. Saccharin is said to be 300 times sweeter than sugar.
IUPAC name: O-sulfobenzoimide
Citation of a publication: J.C. J. Bart; J.Chem. Soc. B, (1968), 376
Lab name: Common molecules
Sample provider: Obtained courtesy of the Cambridge Structural Database
Status: Complete, visible to public
Repository Files:
50651.crt 50651.GIF 50651.ort 50651.pdb 50651.sdt

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