halomethyl

Methyl vs Halomethyl - What's the difference?

methyl | halomethyl |


As nouns the difference between methyl and halomethyl

is that methyl is (organic compound) the univalent hydrocarbon radical, ch3, formally derived from methane by the loss of a hydrogen atom; a compound or part of a compound formed by the attachment of such a radical while halomethyl is (organic chemistry|especially in combination) any halogen substituted methyl radical or group.

Halogen vs Halomethyl - What's the difference?

halogen | halomethyl |


As nouns the difference between halogen and halomethyl

is that halogen is (chemistry) any element of group 7, ie fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine and astatine, which form a salt by direct union with a metal while halomethyl is (organic chemistry|especially in combination) any halogen substituted methyl radical or group.