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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:haloalkyl group
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Accession:CHEBI:50491 term browser browse the term
Definition:A group derived from a haloalkane by removal of a hydrogen atom.
Synonyms:related_synonym: haloalkyl groups


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  CHEBI ontology 21309
    chemical entity 21307
      group 21183
        organic group 19215
          organic univalent group 18872
            organyl group 18872
              haloalkyl group 6355
                1-chloroethyl group 0
                2-chloroethyl group 0
                difluoromethyl group 0
                trichloromethyl group 0
                trifluoromethyl group + 6355
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  CHEBI ontology 21309
    subatomic particle 21305
      composite particle 21305
        hadron 21305
          baryon 21305
            nucleon 21305
              atomic nucleus 21305
                atom 21305
                  main group element atom 21181
                    p-block element atom 21181
                      carbon group element atom 20978
                        carbon group molecular entity 20978
                          organic molecular entity 20869
                            organic group 19215
                              organic univalent group 18872
                                organyl group 18872
                                  haloalkyl group 6355
                                    1-chloroethyl group 0
                                    2-chloroethyl group 0
                                    difluoromethyl group 0
                                    trichloromethyl group 0
                                    trifluoromethyl group + 6355
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