isoprene

Isoprene - What does it mean?

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Isoprene vs Neoprene - What's the difference?

isoprene | neoprene |


As nouns the difference between isoprene and neoprene

is that isoprene is isoprene while neoprene is a synthetic rubber, a polymer of chloroprene, commonly used in wetsuits, laptop sleeves, orthopedic braces, electrical insulation, liquid and sheet-applied elastomeric membranes and flashings, car fan belts, etc.

Polyurethane vs Isoprene - What's the difference?

polyurethane | isoprene |


As nouns the difference between polyurethane and isoprene

is that polyurethane is polyurethane (any of various polymeric resins containing urethane links) while isoprene is isoprene.

Spandex vs Isoprene - What's the difference?

spandex | isoprene |


As nouns the difference between spandex and isoprene

is that spandex is a synthetic fibre known for its exceptional elasticity while isoprene is isoprene.

Isopreneunit vs Isoprene - What's the difference?

isopreneunit | isoprene |


As a noun isoprene is

isoprene.

Isophene vs Isoprene - What's the difference?

isophene | isoprene |


As nouns the difference between isophene and isoprene

is that isophene is a line (on a map, etc) indicating equal incidence of a biological event, such as the flowering of plants while isoprene is isoprene.

Polychloroprene vs Isoprene - What's the difference?

polychloroprene | isoprene |


As nouns the difference between polychloroprene and isoprene

is that polychloroprene is (organic chemistry) a polymer of chloroprene while isoprene is isoprene.

Isoprene vs Hemiterpene - What's the difference?

isoprene | hemiterpene |


As nouns the difference between isoprene and hemiterpene

is that isoprene is isoprene while hemiterpene is (organic chemistry) any terpene formed from a single isoprene unit, and having five carbon atoms.

Isoprene vs Polyisoprenoid - What's the difference?

isoprene | polyisoprenoid |


As nouns the difference between isoprene and polyisoprenoid

is that isoprene is isoprene while polyisoprenoid is (organic chemistry) any isoprenoid having many isoprene units.

Isoprene vs Undecaprenol - What's the difference?

isoprene | undecaprenol |


As nouns the difference between isoprene and undecaprenol

is that isoprene is isoprene while undecaprenol is (organic compound) an isoprenoid alcohol (having 11 isoprene units) that has a role in peptidoglycan biosynthesis.

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