electrofuge

Electrofuge - What does it mean?

electrofuge | |

Electrofuse vs Electrofuge - What's the difference?

electrofuse | electrofuge |


As a verb electrofuse

is to fuse using electrofusion.

As a noun electrofuge is

(chemistry) a leaving group that does not carry away the bonding electron pair.

Nucleofuge vs Electrofuge - What's the difference?

nucleofuge | electrofuge |

Electrofuge is a see also of nucleofuge.

Nucleofuge is a see also of electrofuge.


In context|chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between nucleofuge and electrofuge

is that nucleofuge is (chemistry) a leaving group that takes away a bonding electron pair with it while electrofuge is (chemistry) a leaving group that does not carry away the bonding electron pair.

As nouns the difference between nucleofuge and electrofuge

is that nucleofuge is (chemistry) a leaving group that takes away a bonding electron pair with it while electrofuge is (chemistry) a leaving group that does not carry away the bonding electron pair.

Bonding vs Electrofuge - What's the difference?

bonding | electrofuge |


As nouns the difference between bonding and electrofuge

is that bonding is the act by which something is bonded while electrofuge is (chemistry) a leaving group that does not carry away the bonding electron pair.

As a verb bonding

is .