Carbane vs Hydride - What's the difference?

carbane | hydride |

Carbane is a see also of hydride.


As nouns the difference between carbane and hydride

is that carbane is (nonstandard|organic compound) a proposed systematic name for methane while hydride is (chemistry) a compound of hydrogen with a more electropositive element.

carbane

English

Noun

(-)
  • (nonstandard, organic compound) A proposed systematic name for methane.
  • Usage notes

    * This is not recommended by IUPAC

    hydride

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (chemistry) a compound of hydrogen with a more electropositive element
  • Derived terms

    *aluminium hydride *aluminohydride *beryllium hydride *bismuth hydride *borohydride *dihydride *fluorohydride *gallium hydride *indium hydride *lanthanide hydride *lead hydride *lithium aluminium hydride *lithium hydride *metal hydride *nickel hydride *palladium hydride *plutonium hydride *polonium hydride *selenium hydride *silicon hydride *sodium hydride *tellurium hydride *tetrahydride *thallium hydride *tin hydride *trihydride

    See also

    *alane *alkane *alkene *alkyne *alumane *ammonia *arsane *arsine *astatane *azane *bismuthane *bromane *carbane *chlorane *fluorane *gallane *germane *hydrazine *hydrogen peroxide *hydrogen selenide *hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen sulphide *hydrogen telluride *indigane *iodane *oxidane *phosphane *phosphine *plumbane *polane *selane *silane *stannane *stibane *stibine *sulfane, sulphane *tellane *thallane *water