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IUPAC name:
ID: 2033 · Formula: C13H12BrNO2 · Molecular weight: 294.144
InChI: InChI=1S/C13H12BrNO2/c1-7(15)6-10-8-2-4-17-13(8)11(14)9-3-5-16-12(9)10/h2-5,7H,6,15H2,1H3
InChI Key: GIKPTWKWYXCBEC-UHFFFAOYSA-NThis stereoisomerAny stereoisomer

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