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In organic chemistry, a cyclic compound is one in which a series of carbon atoms are connected together to form a loop or ring. Benzene is a well known example.

The term "polycyclic" is used when more than one ring is combined in a single molecule, and the term "macrocycle" is used for a ring containing more than a dozen atoms.

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