pyrrolidine

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pyrrolidine

(pɪˈrɒlɪˌdiːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an almost colourless liquid occurring in tobacco leaves and made commercially by hydrogenating pyrrole. It is a strongly alkaline heterocyclic base with molecules that contain a ring of four carbon atoms and one nitrogen atom. Formula: C4H9N
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Some reported analysis procedures convert triglycerides into picolinyl esters, N-acyl pyrrolidines, and DMOX derivatives (4, 4-dimethyloxazoline) to enable detection by mass spectrometry.
Addition of azomethine ylides to C60: synthesis, characterization, and functionalization of fullerene pyrrolidines. Journal of the American Chemical Society.
Pyrrolidines and their derivatives are also present in many natural products [21] and biologically important synthetic compounds [22-24].