heptane

Heptane vs Cycloheptane - What's the difference?

heptane | cycloheptane | Derived terms |

Cycloheptane is a derived term of heptane.

Heptane is a related term of cycloheptane.


In context|organic compound|lang=en terms the difference between heptane and cycloheptane

is that heptane is (organic compound) any of the nine isomers of the saturated aliphatic hydrocarbon c7h16, obtained from petroleum, especially n-heptane (ch3(ch2)5ch3) while cycloheptane is (organic compound) an alicyclic hydrocarbon, c7h14; a volatile inflammable liquid.

As nouns the difference between heptane and cycloheptane

is that heptane is (organic compound) any of the nine isomers of the saturated aliphatic hydrocarbon c7h16, obtained from petroleum, especially n-heptane (ch3(ch2)5ch3) while cycloheptane is (organic compound) an alicyclic hydrocarbon, c7h14; a volatile inflammable liquid.

Heptane vs Alkane - What's the difference?

heptane | alkane | Hyponyms |

Heptane is a hyponym of alkane.


As nouns the difference between heptane and alkane

is that heptane is (organic compound) any of the nine isomers of the saturated aliphatic hydrocarbon c7h16, obtained from petroleum, especially n-heptane (ch3(ch2)5ch3) while alkane is (organic chemistry) any of saturated hydrocarbons including methane, ethane and compounds with long carbon chain known as paraffins etc, having a chemical formula of the form cnh2n+2.

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