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Accession:CHEBI:85014 term browser browse the term
Definition:A diketone that is hexane substituted by oxo groups at positions 2 and 5. It is a toxic metabolite of hexane and of 2-hexanone
Synonyms:related_synonym: 1,2-Diacetylethane;   2,5-Diketohexane;   2,5-Hexadione;   Acetonyl acetone;   CH3COCH2CH2COCH3;   Formula=C6H10O2;   InChI=1S/C6H10O2/c1-5(7)3-4-6(2)8/h3-4H2,1-2H3;   InChIKey=OJVAMHKKJGICOG-UHFFFAOYSA-N;   NSC 7621;   SMILES=CC(=O)CCC(C)=O;   acetonylacetone;   alpha,beta-diacetylethane;   hexane-2,5-dione
 xref: CAS:110-13-4
 xref_mesh: MESH:C011269
 xref: MetaCyc:CPD-15521;   PMID:1781736;   PMID:24634916;   PMID:25549948;   Reaxys:506525;   Wikipedia:Hexane-2\,5-dione

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                                      ketone 48
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