isobutene

Isobutene - What does it mean?

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Isobutene vs Isobutane - What's the difference?

isobutene | isobutane |


As nouns the difference between isobutene and isobutane

is that isobutene is (organic compound) the unsaturated hydrocarbon methylpropene, (ch3)2c=ch2; used in the manufacture of polybutene and butyl rubber while isobutane is (organic compound) a hydrocarbon, a particular isomer of c4h10 found in natural gas.

Isobutene vs Polyisobutene - What's the difference?

isobutene | polyisobutene |


As nouns the difference between isobutene and polyisobutene

is that isobutene is (organic compound) the unsaturated hydrocarbon methylpropene, (ch3)2c=ch2; used in the manufacture of polybutene and butyl rubber while polyisobutene is (organic chemistry) a polymer of isobutene; butyl rubber.

Isobutylene vs Isobutene - What's the difference?

isobutylene | isobutene |

Isobutylene is a synonym of isobutene.


As nouns the difference between isobutylene and isobutene

is that isobutylene is (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene while isobutene is (organic compound) the unsaturated hydrocarbon methylpropene, (ch3)2c=ch2; used in the manufacture of polybutene and butyl rubber.

Methylpropene vs Isobutene - What's the difference?

methylpropene | isobutene |


As nouns the difference between methylpropene and isobutene

is that methylpropene is (organic compound) iupac name for isobutylene while isobutene is (organic compound) the unsaturated hydrocarbon methylpropene, (ch3)2c=ch2; used in the manufacture of polybutene and butyl rubber.

Hydrocarbon vs Isobutene - What's the difference?

hydrocarbon | isobutene |


As nouns the difference between hydrocarbon and isobutene

is that hydrocarbon is (organic chemistry) a compound consisting only of carbon and hydrogen atoms while isobutene is (organic compound) the unsaturated hydrocarbon methylpropene, (ch3)2c=ch2; used in the manufacture of polybutene and butyl rubber.

Unsaturated vs Isobutene - What's the difference?

unsaturated | isobutene |


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 isobutene is

(organic compound) the unsaturated hydrocarbon methylpropene, (ch3)2c=ch2; used in the manufacture of polybutene and butyl rubber.

Isobutene vs Polybutene - What's the difference?

isobutene | polybutene |


As nouns the difference between isobutene and polybutene

is that isobutene is (organic compound) the unsaturated hydrocarbon methylpropene, (ch3)2c=ch2; used in the manufacture of polybutene and butyl rubber while polybutene is (chemistry) any of a range of polymers of isobutene, used as adhesives and in rubber products.