haloalkane

Orgarylhalidee vs Haloalkane - What's the difference?

orgarylhalidee | haloalkane |


As a noun haloalkane is

(organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen.

Haloalkane - What does it mean?

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Haloalkane vs Haloarens - What's the difference?

haloalkane | haloarens |

Haloalkane vs Haloalkyne - What's the difference?

haloalkane | haloalkyne |


In organic chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between haloalkane and haloalkyne

is that haloalkane is (organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen while haloalkyne is (organic chemistry) any halogen substituted alkyne; a haloacetylene.

As nouns the difference between haloalkane and haloalkyne

is that haloalkane is (organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen while haloalkyne is (organic chemistry) any halogen substituted alkyne; a haloacetylene.

Haloalkane vs Haloalkene - What's the difference?

haloalkane | haloalkene |


In organic chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between haloalkane and haloalkene

is that haloalkane is (organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen while haloalkene is (organic chemistry) any halogen substituted alkene.

As nouns the difference between haloalkane and haloalkene

is that haloalkane is (organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen while haloalkene is (organic chemistry) any halogen substituted alkene.

Haloalkane vs Bromochlorodifluoromethane - What's the difference?

haloalkane | bromochlorodifluoromethane |


As nouns the difference between haloalkane and bromochlorodifluoromethane

is that haloalkane is (organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen while bromochlorodifluoromethane is a haloalkane with the chemical formula cf2clbr, used in fire extinguishers.

Haloalkane vs Hydrohalogenation - What's the difference?

haloalkane | hydrohalogenation |


As nouns the difference between haloalkane and hydrohalogenation

is that haloalkane is (organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen while hydrohalogenation is (chemistry) the electrophilic addition of hydrohalic acids to alkenes to yield the corresponding haloalkanes.

Haloalkane vs Hydrofluorocarbon - What's the difference?

haloalkane | hydrofluorocarbon |


As nouns the difference between haloalkane and hydrofluorocarbon

is that haloalkane is (organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen while hydrofluorocarbon is a haloalkane composed entirely of carbon, hydrogen, and fluorine.

Halocarbon vs Haloalkane - What's the difference?

halocarbon | haloalkane | Hypernyms |

Halocarbon is a hypernym of haloalkane.


In context|organic chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between halocarbon and haloalkane

is that halocarbon is (organic chemistry) any compound formally derived from a hydrocarbon by replacing at least one hydrogen atom with a halogen, but especially by replacing all hydrogen atoms with halogen(s) while haloalkane is (organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen.

As nouns the difference between halocarbon and haloalkane

is that halocarbon is (organic chemistry) any compound formally derived from a hydrocarbon by replacing at least one hydrogen atom with a halogen, but especially by replacing all hydrogen atoms with halogen(s) while haloalkane is (organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen.

Organohalide vs Haloalkane - What's the difference?

organohalide | haloalkane | Hypernyms |

Organohalide is a hypernym of haloalkane.


As nouns the difference between organohalide and haloalkane

is that organohalide is (organic compound) an organic halide, an organic compound containing one or more substituted halogen atoms while haloalkane is (organic chemistry) any alkane in which one or more hydrogen atoms has been replaced by that of a halogen.

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