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that they possess 4n+2 ? electrons (n=4 for the shortest cyclic path) that are delocalized over the macrocycle. The macrocycles, therefore, are highly-conjugated systems and, as a consequence, have very intense absorption in the visible region and therefore are deeply colored; the name porphyrin comes from a Greek word for purple.

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  • A porphyrin without metal in its cavity is sometimes called a free base. Some iron-containing porphyrins are called hemes; and heme-containing proteins, or hemoproteins, are found extensively in nature.   Answer Question
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