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amino acid

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(two words) Symbols for the 20 or so amino acids commonly found in proteins are typically formed from the first

anthracene-9,10-dione

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as 9,10-anthraquinone.

biphenyl-4,4′-diamine

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as benzidine.

bis(h5-cyclopentadienyl)iron

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as ferrocene.

butanedioic acid

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HOOC(CH2)2COOH The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as succinic acid.

butenedioic anhydride

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as maleic anhydride.

5-cholesten-3β-ol

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The systematic chemical name for the compound traditionally known as cholesterol.

coordinates

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Space coordinates, defining the position of a point relative to a frame of reference, are usually denoted:

(x, 

cyclohexadiene-1,4-dione

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as quinone or 1,4-benzoquinone.

1,4-diazine

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as pyrazine.

3,3′-dimethylbiphenyl-4,4′-diamine

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as o-tolidine.

epoxide

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Any of a class of organic compounds containing a three-membered heterocyclic ring of two carbon atoms and one oxygen atom.

epoxyethane

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as ethylene oxide.

ethanal trimer

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as paraldehyde. See formula, p. 122.

Euler constant

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Symbol: γ (Greek gamma) or C  A mathematical constant equal to∑1n1/r−loge

Hamiltonian

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Symbol: H A function used in general dynamics:H=∑ipiq•i−L,

heterocyclic

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Designating an organic compound containing closed rings in which one or more of the ring atoms are elements other than

hexahydropyrazine

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as piperazine.

hexahydropyridine

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The recommended name for the compound traditionally known as piperidine.

limits

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For an integral, summation, or product, the limits are written in a subscript position (lower limit) and superscript position (upper

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