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Benzhydryl compounds are compounds that are "diphenylmethane" containing, i.e. two benzene rings adjoined by a single carbon. This simple definition does not include heteroaromatic ring moieties, which would grossify the situation even further. Although it may still be desired to include these for the purposes of 'completeness' they ought to be kept separate to avoid confusion. BRL-15572

Contents

Part 1: Aromatic

ALCOHOLS

Alkenes:

ALKYL(AMINE)

ALKOXY

AMINO

Aromatic alkoxy: Bifemelane Phenyltoloxamine

Keto: Phenadoxone methadone dipipanone etc

Amido: Dextromoramide

Imino: Benzodiazepine, GYKI-52895

Sulfinyl: Modafinil Adrafinil

Part 2: Hetereoaromatic

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Heteroaromatic rings

Alkenes: thiambutene Loratidine

Alkylamine A-86929 Amfonelic acid

Benzenes linked by a non-carbon atom

Benzene & Heterocycle linked through a non-carbon

Olanzapine

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