Diazine

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Diazine refers to a group of organic compounds having the molecular formula C4H4N2. Each contains a benzene ring in which two of the C-H fragments have been replaced by isolobal nitrogen. There are three isomers:

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  • 6-membered rings with one nitrogen atom: pyridine
  • 6-membered rings with three nitrogen atoms: triazines
  • 6-membered rings with four nitrogen atoms: tetrazines
  • 6-membered rings with six nitrogen atoms: hexazines