ⓘ Benzo(c)fluorene

                                     

ⓘ Benzo(c)fluorene

The structure of benzofluorene is depicted in the infobox on the right as well. It is mostly flat, because it consists of 3 aromatic rings. Only the 2 hydrogen atoms on the 5 ring are oriented into the 3D plane.

                                     
  • of polycyclic hydrocarbons which incorporate a core Indene and a core Fluorene to form a 6 - 5 - 6 - 5 - 6 ring system. While IFs are members of the polycyclic
  • acenaphthene, 1 - and 2 - methylnaphthalene, naphthalene, fluorene or benzo a pyrene. In the case of phenanthrene, C elegans produces a glucoside conjugate of 1 - hydroxyphenanthrene
  • Mayer, A. C Parmer, J.E. McGehee, M.D. Bao, Z. 2008 Synthesis and characterization of pentacene and anthradithiophene fluorene conjugated copolymers
  • indene, benzofuran, naphthalene and methyl - naphthalenes, acenaphthene, fluorene phenol, cresols, pyridine, picolines, phenanthracene, carbazole, quinolines
  • benzene rings, resulting in a flat aromatic system. The chemical formula is C 16H 10. This yellow solid is the smallest peri - fused PAH one where the rings
  • Jervine is a steroidal alkaloid with molecular formula C 27H39NO3 which is derived from the plant genus Veratrum. Similar to cyclopamine, which also occurs
  • compound with a six - membered ring containing one nitrogen atom. Benzene, C 6H6, is the least complex aromatic hydrocarbon, and it was the first one named