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.

bicyclic

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Having two cycles.
  • (chemistry) Having two rings of atoms in the molecule; the rings may be fused, as in naphthalene, or separate, as in biphenyl.
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • (chemistry) A bicyclic compound.
  • decahydroisoquinoline

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (organic compound) The saturated, bicyclic heterocycle, related to isoquinoline, composed of a cyclohexane ring fused to that of piperidine
  • Synonyms

    *perhydroisoquinoline