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azine

(ăz`ēn), IUPAC name for pyridinepyridine
or azine
, C5H5N, colorless, flammable, toxic liquid with a putrid odor. It melts at −42°C; and boils at 115.5°C;. Chemically, it is a heterocyclic aromatic tertiary amine (see under amino group).
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azine

[′ā‚zēn]
(organic chemistry)
A compound of six atoms in a ring; at least one of the atoms is nitrogen, and the ring structure resembles benzene; an example is pyridine.
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