My chemistry teacher wants me to create an academic poster for a recently-discovered biologically important organic molecule with chirality that is relatively small and is also recent.
Secnidazole (also called Solosec) seems to fulfill these requirements fairly well, however I have no clue on how I would be able to obtain the mass spec or infra-red spec of it, as they doesn't seem to be listed online anywhere. As well as this, there doesn't seem to be a listing for what organisation created it or anything either.
How do I either get a rough approximation of the results, or find a legitimate set? Bonus points for directing me to the history of the molecule.