pyrrolidine

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pyrrolidine

 [pĭ-rol´ĭ-din]
a simple base obtained from tobacco or prepared from pyrrole.

pyr·rol·i·dine

(pi-rol'i-dēn),
1. pyrrole to which four H atoms have been added; the structural basis of proline and hydroxyproline.
2. A class of alkaloids containing a pyrrolidine (1) moiety or a pyrrolidine derivative.

pyrrolidine

/pyr·rol·i·dine/ (pĭ-rol´ĭ-din) a simple base, (CH2)4NH, obtained from tobacco or prepared from pyrrole.

pyr·rol·i·dine

(pir-ol'i-dēn)
1. Pyrrole to which four H atoms have been added; the structural basis of proline and hydroxyproline.
2. A class of alkaloids containing a pyrrolidine (1) moiety or a pyrrolidine derivative.

pyrrolidine

a simple base obtained from tobacco or prepared from pyrrole.
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