benzimidazole


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benzimidazole

[‚ben·zə′mid·ə‚zȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C7H6N2 Colorless crystals; melting point 170°C; slightly soluble in water, soluble in ethanol; used in organic synthesis.
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4] [6-10] or heterocyclic molecules such as imidazole [11, 12], benzimidazole [13], triazole [14, 15] and tetrazole [16], The proton transfer in these systems are provided via hydrogen bonding between acid and heterocyclic molecules.