hexafluorenium
hexa·flu·o·re·ni·um -.flu̇(-ə)r-'ē-nē-əm n a cholinesterase inhibitor used in the form of its bromide C36H12Br2N2 in surgery to extend the skeletal-muscle relaxing activity of succinylcholine

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