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porphyrins +     
5,10,15-trisubstituted porphyrin +  
5,15-disubstituted porphyrin +  
bacteriochlorins +  
beta-substituted porphyrin +   
borylporphyrin +  
coproporphyrin +  
cytoporphyrins +  
dihydroporphyrin +  
diporphyrin +  
formylporphyrin +  
haloporphyrin +  
Heptacarboxylporphyrin I 
isobacteriochlorins +  
isoporphyrin +  
meso-substituted porphyrin +  
mesoporphyrins +   
metalloporphyrin +   
octaethylporphyrin 
A porphyrin that has formula C36H46N4.
phenylporphyrin +  
porphyrin +   
porphyrinogens +   
protoporphyrins +   
triporphyrin +  
uroporphyrin +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: 2,3,7,8,12,13,17,18-octaethylporphyrin
Related Synonyms: Formula=C36H46N4 ;   InChI=1S/C36H46N4/c1-9-21-22(10-2)30-18-32-25(13-5)26(14-6)34(39-32)20-36-28(16-8)27(15-7)35(40-36)19-33-24(12-4)23(11-3)31(38-33)17-29(21)37-30/h17-20,37,40H,9-16H2,1-8H3/b29-17-,30-18-,31-17-,32-18-,33-19-,34-20-,35-19-,36-20- ;   InChIKey=HCIIFBHDBOCSAF-MUZKIALCSA-N ;   Octaethylporphyrine ;   SMILES=CCc1c(CC)c2cc3[nH]c(cc4nc(cc5[nH]c(cc1n2)c(CC)c5CC)c(CC)c4CC)c(CC)c3CC
Xrefs: Beilstein:379798 "Beilstein"

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