It shows the MOLINSTICTS’ own identification number to recognize the compound within MOLINSTICTS database.
It shows the formula for relevant molecule.
It shows IUPAC name of relevant molecule.
InChI is an acronym for IUPAC International Chemical Identifier. It is an identifier in text type for chemical substances. This was created to find a particular molecule from database, to provide criteria for coded molecular information, and to provide people with a method to read them. Also, this identifier explains about chemical substance in sections of information layers. This explains about number of atoms, binding condition of atoms, tautomer information, isotope information and electronic charge information.
SMILES is an acronym for Simplified molecular input line entry specification. It is a type of manual describing molecular structure with one (1) line, using ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange). SMILES strings can be used when drawing 2D or 3D molecular model in most of molecular editor frames.
It shows the molecular weight of relevant molecule.