Thiamine is a vitamin that belongs to the vitamin B family with the formula C12H17N4OS+. The elements in Thiamine are carbon, sulfur, nitrogen, oxygen, and hydrogen. Thiamine can react to adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to create active coenzyme. An active coenzyme is an organic chloride salt that’s inside Thiamine. Thiamine’s molecular weight/density is 265.36g/mol. It is soluble in water and insoluble in alcohol, it also decomposes in alcohol. Thiamine is also less soluble in cold organic solvents. Thiamine has 2 methyl and 4 aminopyrimidine which is a group that is attached to a thiazole ring. It’s boiling point is not available but it’s melting point is 248-250 celsius. The reason it’s relevant is because it’s also known as vitamin b1 which helps with our heart function, nerve, and muscle. It also helps with metabolism, and the digestive systems.