isobutylene

Isobutylene - What does it mean?

isobutylene | |

Isobutylene vs Butylene - What's the difference?

isobutylene | butylene |


In organic compound|lang=en terms the difference between isobutylene and butylene

is that isobutylene is (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene while butylene is (organic compound) any of three isomeric aliphatic alkenes containing four carbon atoms and one double bond; their polymers are used as synthetic rubber.

As nouns the difference between isobutylene and butylene

is that isobutylene is (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene while butylene is (organic compound) any of three isomeric aliphatic alkenes containing four carbon atoms and one double bond; their polymers are used as synthetic rubber.

Isobutylene vs Isobutane - What's the difference?

isobutylene | isobutane |


In organic compound|lang=en terms the difference between isobutylene and isobutane

is that isobutylene is (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene while isobutane is (organic compound) a hydrocarbon, a particular isomer of c4h10 found in natural gas.

As nouns the difference between isobutylene and isobutane

is that isobutylene is (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene while isobutane is (organic compound) a hydrocarbon, a particular isomer of c4h10 found in natural gas.

Isobutylene vs Polyisobutylene - What's the difference?

isobutylene | polyisobutylene |


As nouns the difference between isobutylene and polyisobutylene

is that isobutylene is (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene while polyisobutylene is (organic chemistry) any polymer composed of isobutylene monomers.

Methylpropene vs Isobutylene - What's the difference?

methylpropene | isobutylene |


As nouns the difference between methylpropene and isobutylene

is that methylpropene is (organic compound) iupac name for isobutylene while isobutylene is (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene.

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.

Isobutylene vs Butyl - What's the difference?

isobutylene | butyl |


As nouns the difference between isobutylene and butyl

is that isobutylene is (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene while butyl is (organic chemistry) either of four isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, c4h9, formally derived from butane by the loss of a hydrogen atom.