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Mecamylamine; LC-ESI-QQ; MS2; CE:20 V; [M+H]+

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ACCESSION: KO003398
RECORD_TITLE: Mecamylamine; LC-ESI-QQ; MS2; CE:20 V; [M+H]+
DATE: 2016.01.19 (Created 2007.07.07, modified 2011.05.10)
AUTHORS: Kakazu Y, Horai H, Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Keio Univ.
LICENSE: CC BY-NC-SA
COMMENT: KEIO_ID M039

CH$NAME: Mecamylamine
CH$NAME: Versamine
CH$COMPOUND_CLASS: N/A
CH$FORMULA: C11H21N
CH$EXACT_MASS: 167.16740
CH$SMILES: CNC(C)(C21)C(C)(C)C(CC2)C1
CH$IUPAC: InChI=1S/C11H21N/c1-10(2)8-5-6-9(7-8)11(10,3)12-4/h8-9,12H,5-7H2,1-4H3
CH$LINK: CAS 60-40-2
CH$LINK: KEGG C07511
CH$LINK: NIKKAJI J4.802J
CH$LINK: PUBCHEM SID:9714
CH$LINK: INCHIKEY IMYZQPCYWPFTAG-UHFFFAOYSA-N
CH$LINK: COMPTOX DTXSID0023240

AC$INSTRUMENT: API3000, Applied Biosystems
AC$INSTRUMENT_TYPE: LC-ESI-QQ
AC$MASS_SPECTROMETRY: MS_TYPE MS2
AC$MASS_SPECTROMETRY: ION_MODE POSITIVE
AC$MASS_SPECTROMETRY: COLLISION_ENERGY 20 V

MS$FOCUSED_ION: PRECURSOR_M/Z 168
MS$FOCUSED_ION: PRECURSOR_TYPE [M+H]+

PK$SPLASH: splash10-001r-9700000000-9505ece9327e31f47ce0
PK$NUM_PEAK: 32
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