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Term:Hoffman's violet
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Definition:A hydrochloride obtained by combining Hoffman's violet free base with one molar equivalent of hydrogen chloride. A specific stain for animal chromosomes.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: N-ethyl-4-{[4-(ethylamino)phenyl][4-(ethylimino)cyclohexa-2,5-dien-1-ylidene]methyl}-2-methylaniline hydrochloride
 related_synonym: C.I. 42530;   Formula=C26H32ClN3;   Hofman's Violet;   InChI=1S/C26H31N3.ClH/c1-5-27-23-13-8-20(9-14-23)26(21-10-15-24(16-11-21)28-6-2)22-12-17-25(29-7-3)19(4)18-22;/h8-18,27,29H,5-7H2,1-4H3;1H/b26-21-,28-24+;;   InChIKey=OKNJKIKBMQYONP-ZTFPKQFBSA-N;   SMILES=C(\\C=1C=CC(=CC1)NCC)(/C=2C=C(C(=CC2)NCC)C)=C/3\\C=C/C(/C=C3)=N\\CC.Cl
 xref: CAS:8004-86-2;   PMID:86937

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      application 195
        dye 6
          histological dye 0
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    subatomic particle 227
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        hadron 227
          baryon 227
            nucleon 227
              atomic nucleus 227
                atom 227
                  main group element atom 220
                    p-block element atom 220
                      halogen 103
                        chlorine atom 80
                          chlorine molecular entity 80
                            elemental chlorine 11
                              monoatomic chlorine 11
                                chloride 11
                                  chloride salt 11
                                    organic chloride salt 1
                                      hydrochloride 0
                                        Hoffman's violet 0
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