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A hypothetical heterocyclic compound of formula C₉H₉N, whose molecule contains two six-membered rings sharing a nitrogen and a carbon atom; any of numerous (known) compounds whose molecules contain such a ring system in substituted or combined form.
Early 20th century; earliest use found in Journal of the Chemical Society. From quinoline with inserted iz- (representing azo-), after German Chinolizin.
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