butyl

Butyl vs Butadiene - What's the difference?

butyl | butadiene |


As nouns the difference between butyl and butadiene

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while butadiene is butadiene.

Butyl vs Chloroprene - What's the difference?

butyl | chloroprene |


As nouns the difference between butyl and chloroprene

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while chloroprene is (organic compound) the chlorinated derivative of butadiene 2-chloro-1,3-butadiene that is used (via polymerization) in the manufacture of synthetic rubber.

Butyl - What does it mean?

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Butyl vs Vinyl - What's the difference?

butyl | vinyl |


As nouns the difference between butyl and vinyl

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while vinyl is vinyl.

Butyl vs Butylparaben - What's the difference?

butyl | butylparaben |


As nouns the difference between butyl and butylparaben

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while butylparaben is a paraben, the butyl ester of p-hydroxybenzoic acid, used as an antifungal preservative in cosmetics.

Butyl vs Debutyration - What's the difference?

butyl | debutyration |


In organic chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between butyl and debutyration

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while debutyration is (organic chemistry) any reaction that removes one or more butyl group from a molecule.

As nouns the difference between butyl and debutyration

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while debutyration is (organic chemistry) any reaction that removes one or more butyl group from a molecule.

Butyl vs Butyldimethylsilyl - What's the difference?

butyl | butyldimethylsilyl |


As nouns the difference between butyl and butyldimethylsilyl

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while butyldimethylsilyl is (organic chemistry|especially in combination) the univalent silyl radical containing one butyl and two methyl grups.

Butyl vs Tributyl - What's the difference?

butyl | tributyl |


As nouns the difference between butyl and tributyl

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while tributyl is (organic chemistry|in combination) three butyl groups in a compound.

Butyl vs Dibutyl - What's the difference?

butyl | dibutyl |


In context|organic chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between butyl and dibutyl

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while dibutyl is (organic chemistry) two butyl groups in a molecule.

As nouns the difference between butyl and dibutyl

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while dibutyl is (organic chemistry) two butyl groups in a molecule.

Butyl vs Butylbenzene - What's the difference?

butyl | butylbenzene |


As nouns the difference between butyl and butylbenzene

is that butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom while butylbenzene is (organic compound) any of the isomeric hydrocarbons obtained by replacing one hydrogen atom of a benzene molecule with a butyl group; several of their derivatives are used as insecticides.

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