cacodyl

Cacodylic vs Cacodyl - What's the difference?

cacodylic | cacodyl | Derived terms |

Cacodylic is a derived term of cacodyl.


As an adjective cacodylic

is of or pertaining to cacodylic acid or its derivatives.

As a noun cacodyl is

(chemistry) the dimethylarsine radical (ch3)2as-.

Cacodylate vs Cacodyl - What's the difference?

cacodylate | cacodyl | Derived terms |

Cacodylate is a derived term of cacodyl.


As nouns the difference between cacodylate and cacodyl

is that cacodylate is (organic chemistry) any salt or ester of cacodylic acid while cacodyl is (chemistry) the dimethylarsine radical (ch3)2as-.

Combust vs Cacodyl - What's the difference?

combust | cacodyl |


As a verb combust

is to burn; to catch fire.

As an adjective combust

is (obsolete) burnt.

As a noun cacodyl is

(chemistry) the dimethylarsine radical (ch3)2as-.

Spontaneously vs Cacodyl - What's the difference?

spontaneously | cacodyl |


As an adverb spontaneously

is in a spontaneous manner; naturally; voluntarily.

As a noun cacodyl is

(chemistry) the dimethylarsine radical (ch3)2as-.

Liquid vs Cacodyl - What's the difference?

liquid | cacodyl |


As nouns the difference between liquid and cacodyl

is that liquid is (physics) a substance that is flowing, and keeping no shape, such as water; a substance of which the molecules, while not tending to separate from one another like those of a gas, readily change their relative position, and which therefore retains no definite shape, except that determined by the containing receptacle; an inelastic fluid while cacodyl is (chemistry) the dimethylarsine radical (ch3)2as-.

As an adjective liquid

is flowing freely like water; fluid; not solid and not gaseous; composed of particles that move freely among each other on the slightest pressure.

Diarsine vs Cacodyl - What's the difference?

diarsine | cacodyl |


In context|chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between diarsine and cacodyl

is that diarsine is (chemistry) any organic derivative of diarsane while cacodyl is (chemistry) tetramethyldiarsine formally derived from two of these radicals; an evil-smelling liquid that spontaneously combusts in air.

As nouns the difference between diarsine and cacodyl

is that diarsine is (chemistry) any organic derivative of diarsane while cacodyl is (chemistry) the dimethylarsine radical (ch3)2as-.

Tetramethyl vs Cacodyl - What's the difference?

tetramethyl | cacodyl |


As nouns the difference between tetramethyl and cacodyl

is that tetramethyl is (organic chemistry) (in combination ) four methyl groups in a molecule while cacodyl is (chemistry) the dimethylarsine radical (ch3)2as-.

Radical vs Cacodyl - What's the difference?

radical | cacodyl |


In context|chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between radical and cacodyl

is that radical is (chemistry) a group of atoms, joined by covalent bonds, that take part in reactions as a single unit while cacodyl is (chemistry) tetramethyldiarsine formally derived from two of these radicals; an evil-smelling liquid that spontaneously combusts in air.

As nouns the difference between radical and cacodyl

is that radical is a member of the most progressive wing of the liberal party; someone favouring social reform (but generally stopping short of socialism) while cacodyl is (chemistry) the dimethylarsine radical (ch3)2as-.

As an adjective radical

is favoring fundamental change, or change at the root cause of a matter.

Arsine vs Cacodyl - What's the difference?

arsine | cacodyl |


As nouns the difference between arsine and cacodyl

is that arsine is (inorganic compound|uncountable) a compound of arsenic and hydrogen, ash3, a colorless and exceedingly poisonous gas, having an odor like garlic while cacodyl is (chemistry) the dimethylarsine radical (ch3)2as-.

Dimethyl vs Cacodyl - What's the difference?

dimethyl | cacodyl |


As nouns the difference between dimethyl and cacodyl

is that dimethyl is (organic chemistry) (in combination ) two methyl groups in a molecule while cacodyl is (chemistry) the dimethylarsine radical (ch3)2as-.