Chemical sunglasses

 

A pair of sunglasses is what most of us need every day. Looking at chemical structures, one can imagine sunglasses as a two ring system. This week we present molecules with two four-member rings: azetidine and cyclobutane, that resemble the sunglasses. This small motif has a huge potential for drug discovery and may be useful for your projects. So take a look at the small set of cyclobutyl azetidines. If you require these molecules or their analogs feel free to contact us. Visit chem-space.com for more compounds!

 

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Molecules of the week
2-(1-methylcyclobutyl)azetidine
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2-cyclobutyl-2-methylazetidine
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3-cyclobutylazetidin-3-ol
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3-cyclobutyl-3-fluoroazetidine
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1-(azetidin-3-yl)cyclobutan-1-ol
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3-cyclobutylazetidine-3-carboxylic acid
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3-cyclobutoxyazetidine
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