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Aug 17, 2018

Pyridine, an organic compound, is a six-membered heterocyclic compound containing a nitrogen hetero atom. It can be regarded as a compound in which a (CH) benzene molecule is replaced by N, so it is also called nitrogen benzene, a colorless or yellowish liquid, and has a foul odor. Pyridine and its homologues are found in bone tar, coal tar, gas, shale oil, and petroleum. Pyridine is industrially useful as a denaturant, dye aid, and as a raw material for the synthesis of a range of products including pharmaceuticals, disinfectants, dyes, and the like.

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