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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:methylmercury compound
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Accession:CHEBI:25322 term browser browse the term
Definition:An alkylmercury compound in which the alkyl group specified is methyl.
Synonyms:related_synonym: methylmercury compounds


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  CHEBI ontology 23806
    chemical entity 23769
      atom 23757
        nonmetal atom 23408
          carbon atom 23243
            organic molecular entity 23243
              organometallic compound 7022
                organomercury compound 6599
                  alkylmercury compound 5093
                    methylmercury compound 4462
                      dimethylmercury 4
                      methylmercury(.) + 4396
                      methylmercury(1+) 121
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  CHEBI ontology 23806
    subatomic particle 23757
      composite particle 23757
        hadron 23757
          baryon 23757
            nucleon 23757
              atomic nucleus 23757
                atom 23757
                  metal atom 19159
                    transition element atom 18273
                      transition element molecular entity 17752
                        d-block molecular entity 17742
                          zinc group molecular entity 10528
                            mercury molecular entity 7093
                              organomercury compound 6599
                                alkylmercury compound 5093
                                  methylmercury compound 4462
                                    dimethylmercury 4
                                    methylmercury(.) + 4396
                                    methylmercury(1+) 121
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