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CHEBI ONTOLOGY - ANNOTATIONS

The Chemical Entities of Biological Interest (ChEBI) ontology is downloaded weekly from EMBL-EBI at http://www.ebi.ac.uk/chebi/. The data is made available under the Creative Commons License (CC BY 3.0, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/). For more information see: Degtyarenko et al. (2008) ChEBI: a database and ontology for chemical entities of biological interest. Nucleic Acids Res. 36, D344–D350.

Term:deuterium atom
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Accession:CHEBI:29237 term browser browse the term
Definition:The stable isotope of hydrogen with relative atomic mass 2.014102 and a natural abundance of 0.0115 atom percent (from Greek deltaepsilonupsilontauepsilonrhoomicronnu, second).
Synonyms:related_synonym: (2)1H;   (2)H;   D;   Deuterium;   Formula=D;   InChI=1S/H2/h1H/i1+1;   InChIKey=UFHFLCQGNIYNRP-OUBTZVSYSA-N;   SMILES=[2H];   deuterio;   heavy hydrogen;   hidrogeno pesado;   hydrogen-2;   schwerer Wasserstoff



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      molecular entity 397
        inorganic molecular entity 337
          hydrogen atom 334
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    subatomic particle 397
      composite particle 397
        hadron 397
          baryon 397
            nucleon 397
              atomic nucleus 397
                atom 397
                  main group element atom 390
                    main group molecular entity 390
                      s-block molecular entity 335
                        hydrogen molecular entity 334
                          elemental hydrogen 0
                            monoatomic hydrogen 0
                              hydron 0
                                deuteron 0
                                  deuterium atom 0
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