isoalkane

Isohexane vs Isoalkane - What's the difference?

isohexane | isoalkane | Related terms |

Isohexane is a related term of isoalkane.


As nouns the difference between isohexane and isoalkane

is that isohexane is (organic compound) any of several isomers of hexane, or a mixture of these isomers used as a solvent while isoalkane is (organic chemistry) any branched-chain alkane, but especially one having a methyl group attached to the penultimate carbon atom of the main chain.

Isopentane vs Isoalkane - What's the difference?

isopentane | isoalkane | Related terms |

Isopentane is a related term of isoalkane.


As nouns the difference between isopentane and isoalkane

is that isopentane is (organic compound) the aliphatic hydrocarbon ; isomeric with pentane and neopentane while isoalkane is (organic chemistry) any branched-chain alkane, but especially one having a methyl group attached to the penultimate carbon atom of the main chain.

Isobutane vs Isoalkane - What's the difference?

isobutane | isoalkane | Related terms |

Isobutane is a related term of isoalkane.


As nouns the difference between isobutane and isoalkane

is that isobutane is (organic compound) a hydrocarbon, a particular isomer of c4h10 found in natural gas while isoalkane is (organic chemistry) any branched-chain alkane, but especially one having a methyl group attached to the penultimate carbon atom of the main chain.

Carbon vs Isoalkane - What's the difference?

carbon | isoalkane |


As nouns the difference between carbon and isoalkane

is that carbon is alternative form of (l) while isoalkane is (organic chemistry) any branched-chain alkane, but especially one having a methyl group attached to the penultimate carbon atom of the main chain.

Methyl vs Isoalkane - What's the difference?

methyl | isoalkane |


As nouns the difference between methyl and isoalkane

is that methyl is methyl while isoalkane is (organic chemistry) any branched-chain alkane, but especially one having a methyl group attached to the penultimate carbon atom of the main chain.

Alkane vs Isoalkane - What's the difference?

alkane | isoalkane |


As nouns the difference between alkane and isoalkane

is that alkane is while isoalkane is (organic chemistry) any branched-chain alkane, but especially one having a methyl group attached to the penultimate carbon atom of the main chain.