decahydroisoquinoline

Perhydroisoquinoline vs Decahydroisoquinoline - What's the difference?

perhydroisoquinoline | decahydroisoquinoline | Synonyms |

Perhydroisoquinoline is a synonym of decahydroisoquinoline.


In organic compound|lang=en terms the difference between perhydroisoquinoline and decahydroisoquinoline

is that perhydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) decahydroisoquinoline while decahydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) the saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine.

As nouns the difference between perhydroisoquinoline and decahydroisoquinoline

is that perhydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) decahydroisoquinoline while decahydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) the saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine.

Piperidine vs Decahydroisoquinoline - What's the difference?

piperidine | decahydroisoquinoline |


As nouns the difference between piperidine and decahydroisoquinoline

is that piperidine is piperidine while decahydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) the saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine.

Cyclohexane vs Decahydroisoquinoline - What's the difference?

cyclohexane | decahydroisoquinoline |


In organic compound|lang=en terms the difference between cyclohexane and decahydroisoquinoline

is that cyclohexane is (organic compound) an alicyclic hydrocarbon, c6h12, consisting of a ring of six carbon atoms; a volatile liquid while decahydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) the saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine.

As nouns the difference between cyclohexane and decahydroisoquinoline

is that cyclohexane is (organic compound) an alicyclic hydrocarbon, c6h12, consisting of a ring of six carbon atoms; a volatile liquid while decahydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) the saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine.

Isoquinoline vs Decahydroisoquinoline - What's the difference?

isoquinoline | decahydroisoquinoline |


In organic compound|lang=en terms the difference between isoquinoline and decahydroisoquinoline

is that isoquinoline is (organic compound) an isomer of quinoline many of whose derivatives occur as alkaloids and are synthesized for use as dyes, pharmaceuticals etc while decahydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) the saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine.

As nouns the difference between isoquinoline and decahydroisoquinoline

is that isoquinoline is (organic compound) an isomer of quinoline many of whose derivatives occur as alkaloids and are synthesized for use as dyes, pharmaceuticals etc while decahydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) the saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine.

Heterocycle vs Decahydroisoquinoline - What's the difference?

heterocycle | decahydroisoquinoline |


As nouns the difference between heterocycle and decahydroisoquinoline

is that heterocycle is heterocycle while decahydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) the saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine.

Bicyclic vs Decahydroisoquinoline - What's the difference?

bicyclic | decahydroisoquinoline |


As nouns the difference between bicyclic and decahydroisoquinoline

is that bicyclic is (chemistry) a bicyclic compound while decahydroisoquinoline is (organic compound) the saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine.

As an adjective bicyclic

is having two cycles.

Saturated vs Decahydroisoquinoline - What's the difference?

saturated | decahydroisoquinoline |


As a verb saturated

is (saturate).

As an adjective saturated

is (not comparable) full; unable to hold or contain any more.

As a noun decahydroisoquinoline is

(organic compound) the saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine.