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    Quinones

    Chloranil

    (118-75-2)
    Agricultural fungicide, dye intermediate, reagent.manufacture of electrodes for pH measurement.

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    Anthraquinone

    (84-65-1)
    1. Bird repellant, irritant
    2. A precursor for dye formation

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    1,4-Benzoquinone

    (106-51-4)
    Oxidizing agent; in photography; manufacture of dyes; manufacture of hydroquinone; tanning hides; making gelatin insoluble; strengthening animal fibers; as reagent.

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    1,4-Benzoquinone

    (106-51-4)
    Oxidizing agent; in photography; manufacture of dyes; manufacture of hydroquinone; tanning hides; making gelatin insoluble; strengthening animal fibers; as reagent.

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    1,4-Benzoquinone

    (106-51-4)
    Oxidizing agent; in photography; manufacture of dyes; manufacture of hydroquinone; tanning hides; making gelatin insoluble; strengthening animal fibers; as reagent.

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    chloranil

    (118-75-2)
    Agricultural fungicide, dye intermediate, reagent.manufacture of electrodes for pH measurement.

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    (1R)-(-)-CAMPHORQUINONE

    (10334-26-6)
    Bioreduction of quinones and other ketones can be carried out by red algae.

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    Quinone compounds are a class of natural pigment organic compounds with unsaturated cyclic dione structure in the molecule. Anthraquinone and its derivatives are the most important; they are many important active ingredients. Extensive existence, Polygonaceae rhubarb, Polygonum multiflorum, Polygonum cuspidatum. Quinones have many physiological activities including venting, antibacterial, antiviral, hemostasis, and crown expansion.
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