hydrocarbylene

Hydrocarbylene - What does it mean?

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Hydrocarbylidene vs Hydrocarbylene - What's the difference?

hydrocarbylidene | hydrocarbylene |

Hydrocarbylidene is a see also of hydrocarbylene.


As nouns the difference between hydrocarbylidene and hydrocarbylene

is that hydrocarbylidene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from the same carbon atom of a hydrocarbon, and the free valencies of which form a double bond - r2c= while hydrocarbylene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon.

Propylene vs Hydrocarbylene - What's the difference?

propylene | hydrocarbylene |

Propylene is a see also of hydrocarbylene.


As nouns the difference between propylene and hydrocarbylene

is that propylene is (organic compound) the common name for the organic chemical compound propene an alkene which is a colorless gaseous (at room temperature and pressure) hydrocarbon with the chemical formula c3h6 while hydrocarbylene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon.

Ethylene vs Hydrocarbylene - What's the difference?

ethylene | hydrocarbylene |

Ethylene is a see also of hydrocarbylene.


As nouns the difference between ethylene and hydrocarbylene

is that ethylene is (organic compound) the common name for the organic chemical compound ethene the simplest alkene, a colorless gaseous (at room temperature and pressure) hydrocarbon with the chemical formula c2h4 while hydrocarbylene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon.

Methylene vs Hydrocarbylene - What's the difference?

methylene | hydrocarbylene |

Methylene is a see also of hydrocarbylene.


As nouns the difference between methylene and hydrocarbylene

is that methylene is (organic chemistry) the divalent radical ch2< in which the free valencies are part of single bonds while hydrocarbylene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon.

Hydrocarbon vs Hydrocarbylene - What's the difference?

hydrocarbon | hydrocarbylene |


As nouns the difference between hydrocarbon and hydrocarbylene

is that hydrocarbon is (organic chemistry) a compound consisting only of carbon and hydrogen atoms while hydrocarbylene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon.

Hydrogen vs Hydrocarbylene - What's the difference?

hydrogen | hydrocarbylene |


As nouns the difference between hydrogen and hydrocarbylene

is that hydrogen is the lightest chemical element (symbol h) with an atomic number of 1 and atomic weight of 100794 while hydrocarbylene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon.

Radical vs Hydrocarbylene - What's the difference?

radical | hydrocarbylene |


In context|chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between radical and hydrocarbylene

is that radical is (chemistry) a group of atoms, joined by covalent bonds, that take part in reactions as a single unit while hydrocarbylene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon.

As nouns the difference between radical and hydrocarbylene

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 hydrocarbylene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon.

As an adjective radical

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

Divalent vs Hydrocarbylene - What's the difference?

divalent | hydrocarbylene |


In context|chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between divalent and hydrocarbylene

is that divalent is (chemistry) having a valence of two while hydrocarbylene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon.

As an adjective divalent

is (chemistry) having a valence of two.

As a noun hydrocarbylene is

(chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon.

Hydrocarbylene vs Hydrocarbyl - What's the difference?

hydrocarbylene | hydrocarbyl |

Hydrocarbylene is a see also of hydrocarbyl.


As nouns the difference between hydrocarbylene and hydrocarbyl

is that hydrocarbylene is (chemistry) any divalent radical formed by removing two hydrogen atoms from a hydrocarbon while hydrocarbyl is (organic chemistry) any univalent radical, derived from a hydrocarbon, such as methyl or phenyl.