Piperidinedione

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The chemical structure of 2,6-piperidinedione, the most common isomer

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Piperidinediones are a derivatives of piperidine with two ketone functional groups. There are six isomers, each of which has a molecular weight of 113.115 and a formula of C5H7NO2. Piperidinediones form the core structure of a variety of pharmaceutical drugs.

Isomers

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