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What Is Phenylhydrazine?

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Phenylhydrazine is a a chemical compound that is used to prepare indoles, which are organic compounds necessary for the production of a number of medicines and dyes. Phenylhydrazine is also useful in studying the hematopoietic system. However, it can also cause kidney and liver damage if a person is exposed to this chemical compound.
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