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Three-dimensional structural model of the water-soluble toxin, monomethylhydrazine

N-methyl-N-formylhydrazine is converted to the water-soluble toxin, monomethylhydrazine, by slow hydrolysis in the liver. (Source: PubChem. Public domain.)

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