pyrone

Prone vs Pyrone - What's the difference?

prone | pyrone |


As a verb prone

is .

As a noun pyrone is

(organic compound) any of a class of cyclic chemical compounds that contain an unsaturated six-membered ring with two double bonds, one oxygen atom and a ketone functional group.

Pyrene vs Pyrone - What's the difference?

pyrene | pyrone |


As nouns the difference between pyrene and pyrone

is that pyrene is seed (of a fleshy fruit) while pyrone is (organic compound) any of a class of cyclic chemical compounds that contain an unsaturated six-membered ring with two double bonds, one oxygen atom and a ketone functional group.

Pyrope vs Pyrone - What's the difference?

pyrope | pyrone |


As nouns the difference between pyrope and pyrone

is that pyrope is (mineralogy) a variety of garnet, of a poppy or blood-red color, frequently with a tinge of orange it is used as a gem see the note under garnet while pyrone is (organic compound) any of a class of cyclic chemical compounds that contain an unsaturated six-membered ring with two double bonds, one oxygen atom and a ketone functional group.

Pyrone vs Styrylpyrone - What's the difference?

pyrone | styrylpyrone |


As nouns the difference between pyrone and styrylpyrone

is that pyrone is (organic compound) any of a class of cyclic chemical compounds that contain an unsaturated six-membered ring with two double bonds, one oxygen atom and a ketone functional group while styrylpyrone is (organic chemistry|medicine) any styryl derivative of a pyrone, some of which show anticancer activity.

Ketone vs Pyrone - What's the difference?

ketone | pyrone |


As nouns the difference between ketone and pyrone

is that ketone is while pyrone is (organic compound) any of a class of cyclic chemical compounds that contain an unsaturated six-membered ring with two double bonds, one oxygen atom and a ketone functional group.

Atom vs Pyrone - What's the difference?

atom | pyrone |


As nouns the difference between atom and pyrone

is that atom is an (l) while pyrone is (organic compound) any of a class of cyclic chemical compounds that contain an unsaturated six-membered ring with two double bonds, one oxygen atom and a ketone functional group.

Oxygen vs Pyrone - What's the difference?

oxygen | pyrone |


As nouns the difference between oxygen and pyrone

is that oxygen is a chemical element (symbol o) with an atomic number of 8 and relative atomic mass of 159994 while pyrone is (organic compound) any of a class of cyclic chemical compounds that contain an unsaturated six-membered ring with two double bonds, one oxygen atom and a ketone functional group.

Ring vs Pyrone - What's the difference?

ring | pyrone |


As nouns the difference between ring and pyrone

is that ring is ring (a place where some sports take place; as, a boxing ring) while pyrone is (organic compound) any of a class of cyclic chemical compounds that contain an unsaturated six-membered ring with two double bonds, one oxygen atom and a ketone functional group.

Unsaturated vs Pyrone - What's the difference?

unsaturated | pyrone |


As an adjective unsaturated

is (chemistry|of a solution) not saturated; capable of dissolving more of a solute at the same temperature.

As a noun pyrone is

(organic compound) any of a class of cyclic chemical compounds that contain an unsaturated six-membered ring with two double bonds, one oxygen atom and a ketone functional group.

Cyclic vs Pyrone - What's the difference?

cyclic | pyrone |


As an adjective cyclic

is characterized by, or moving in cycles, or happening at regular intervals.

As a noun pyrone is

(organic compound) any of a class of cyclic chemical compounds that contain an unsaturated six-membered ring with two double bonds, one oxygen atom and a ketone functional group.

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