Carbaalane vs Carbaalanate - What's the difference?

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Carbaalane is a related term of carbaalanate.


In organic chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between carbaalane and carbaalanate

is that carbaalane is (organic chemistry) any of a class alanes having alkyne substituents eg al(c≡c-r)3 while carbaalanate is (organic chemistry) any of a class of anions derived from alanates by replacement of hydrogen atoms by alkyne radicals eg al(c≡c-r)4-.

As nouns the difference between carbaalane and carbaalanate

is that carbaalane is (organic chemistry) any of a class alanes having alkyne substituents eg al(c≡c-r)3 while carbaalanate is (organic chemistry) any of a class of anions derived from alanates by replacement of hydrogen atoms by alkyne radicals eg al(c≡c-r)4-.

carbaalane

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (organic chemistry) Any of a class alanes having alkyne substituents e.g. Al(C?C-R)3
  • carbaalanate

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (organic chemistry) Any of a class of anions derived from alanates by replacement of hydrogen atoms by alkyne radicals e.g. Al(C?C-R)4-