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Term:acridine red 3B free base
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Accession:CHEBI:90408 term browser browse the term
Definition:A member of the class of xanthenes that is 3-imino-3H-xanthen-6-amine in which both nitrogens are carrying methyl substituents. The hydrochloride is the biological dye 'acridine red 3B'.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: N-methyl-3-(methylimino)-3H-xanthen-6-amine
 related_synonym: Formula=C15H14N2O;   InChI=1S/C15H14N2O/c1-16-12-5-3-10-7-11-4-6-13(17-2)9-15(11)18-14(10)8-12/h3-9,16H,1-2H3/b17-13+;   InChIKey=AZJKFDJTOJCKAN-GHRIWEEISA-N;   SMILES=C=12C=CC(=CC1OC3=C/C(/C=CC3=C2)=N/C)NC
 cyclic_relationship: is_conjugate_base_of CHEBI:87351


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                            inorganic hydride 74
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                                    ammonia 68
                                      organic amino compound 68
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