CHEBI:86370 - neutral red

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ChEBI Name neutral red
Definition A hydrochloride obtained by combining the free base of neutral red with one equivalent of hydrochloric acid. Neutral red acts as a pH indicator, changing from red to yellow between pH 6.8 and 8.0.
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Formula C15H17ClN4
Net Charge 0
Average Mass 288.77500
Monoisotopic Mass 288.11417
InChI InChI=1S/C15H16N4.ClH/c1-9-6-13-15(8-11(9)16)18-14-7-10(19(2)3)4-5-12(14)17-13;/h4-8H,16H2,1-3H3;1H
SMILES Cl.CN(C)c1ccc2nc3cc(C)c(N)cc3nc2c1
Roles Classification
Application(s): dye

acid-base indicator
An acid or base which exhibits a colour change on neutralization by the basic or acidic titrant at or near the equivalence point of a titration.
two-colour indicator
A colour indicator that possesses a different colour on each side of the transition interval.
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Outgoing neutral red (CHEBI:86370) has part neutral red(1+) (CHEBI:86373)
neutral red (CHEBI:86370) has role acid-base indicator (CHEBI:50407)
neutral red (CHEBI:86370) has role dye (CHEBI:37958)
neutral red (CHEBI:86370) has role two-colour indicator (CHEBI:50412)
neutral red (CHEBI:86370) is a hydrochloride (CHEBI:36807)
N8,N8,3-trimethylphenazine-2,8-diamine hydrochloride
Synonyms Sources
3-Amino-7-dimethylamino-2-methylphenazine hydrochloride ChemIDplus
C.I. Basic Red 5 ChemIDplus
C.I. Basic Red 5, monohydrochloride ChemIDplus
Neutral Red chloride ChemIDplus
Toluylene Red ChemIDplus
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Neutral_red Wikipedia
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Registry Numbers Types Sources
3918740 Reaxys Registry Number Reaxys
553-24-2 CAS Registry Number ChemIDplus
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15 July 2015