hexanoyl

Hexanol vs Hexanoyl - What's the difference?

hexanol | hexanoyl |


As nouns the difference between hexanol and hexanoyl

is that hexanol is (organic compound) any of many isomers of the saturated aliphatic alcohol having six carbon atoms while hexanoyl is (organic chemistry|especially in combination) the univalent radical derived from hexanoic acid by loss of the hydroxy group; caproyl.

Caproyl vs Hexanoyl - What's the difference?

caproyl | hexanoyl |


As nouns the difference between caproyl and hexanoyl

is that caproyl is (organic chemistry|especially in combination) the univalent radical derived from caproic acid by loss of the hydroxy group; hexanoyl while hexanoyl is (organic chemistry|especially in combination) the univalent radical derived from hexanoic acid by loss of the hydroxy group; caproyl.

Hydroxy vs Hexanoyl - What's the difference?

hydroxy | hexanoyl |


As an adjective hydroxy

is (chemistry) being, or containing a hydroxyl radical.

As a noun hexanoyl is

(organic chemistry|especially in combination) the univalent radical derived from hexanoic acid by loss of the hydroxy group; caproyl.

Radical vs Hexanoyl - What's the difference?

radical | hexanoyl |


As nouns the difference between radical and hexanoyl

is that radical is a member of the most progressive wing of the liberal party; someone favouring social reform (but generally stopping short of socialism) while hexanoyl is (organic chemistry|especially in combination) the univalent radical derived from hexanoic acid by loss of the hydroxy group; caproyl.

As an adjective radical

is favoring fundamental change, or change at the root cause of a matter.