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1,3-Dehydroadamantane - brief summary

1,3-Dehydroadamantane, formally tetracyclo3.3.1.13,7.01,3decane, is an organic compound with formula C10H14, which can be obtained from adamantane by removal of two hydrogen atoms to create an internal bond. It is a polycyclic hydrocarbon, and can be viewed also as being derived from 3.3.1propellane by addition of a methylene bridge between the two larger rings. Like other small-ring propellanes, this compound is substantially strained and unstable.

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