maltene

Maltene - What does it mean?

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Maltene vs Maltine - What's the difference?

maltene | maltine |


As nouns the difference between maltene and maltine

is that maltene is (organic chemistry) the oily, resinous component of asphalt that remains when the asphaltenes are removed while maltine is .

Asphaltene vs Maltene - What's the difference?

asphaltene | maltene |


In context|organic chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between asphaltene and maltene

is that asphaltene is (organic chemistry) any of the dark organic constituents of crude oils and bitumen that are soluble in aromatic solvents but not in aliphatic ones; they are polycyclic aromatic compounds (composed of fused benzene rings) with aliphatic side chains while maltene is (organic chemistry) the oily, resinous component of asphalt that remains when the asphaltenes are removed.

As nouns the difference between asphaltene and maltene

is that asphaltene is (organic chemistry) any of the dark organic constituents of crude oils and bitumen that are soluble in aromatic solvents but not in aliphatic ones; they are polycyclic aromatic compounds (composed of fused benzene rings) with aliphatic side chains while maltene is (organic chemistry) the oily, resinous component of asphalt that remains when the asphaltenes are removed.

Asphalt vs Maltene - What's the difference?

asphalt | maltene |


As nouns the difference between asphalt and maltene

is that asphalt is a sticky, black and highly viscous liquid or semi-solid, composed almost entirely of bitumen, that is present in most crude petroleums and in some natural deposits while maltene is (organic chemistry) the oily, resinous component of asphalt that remains when the asphaltenes are removed.

As a verb asphalt

is to pave with asphalt.