methane

Methane vs Methanotroph - What's the difference?

methane | methanotroph |


As nouns the difference between methane and methanotroph

is that methane is (organic compound|uncountable) the simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, ch4, being a constituent of natural gas while methanotroph is any bacteria that employs methane as a source of carbon and of energy.

Methane vs Methylotrophic - What's the difference?

methane | methylotrophic |


As a noun methane

is (organic compound|uncountable) the simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, ch4, being a constituent of natural gas.

As an adjective methylotrophic is

pertaining to organisms that use, as substrates for growth, compounds (ie, methanol, methylamine, methane).

Methane vs Firedamp - What's the difference?

methane | firedamp |


As nouns the difference between methane and firedamp

is that methane is (organic compound|uncountable) the simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, ch4, being a constituent of natural gas while firedamp is (mining) an inflammable gas (mostly methane) found in coal mines; forms an explosive mixture with air.

Methane vs Methanes - What's the difference?

methane | methanes |


As nouns the difference between methane and methanes

is that methane is (organic compound|uncountable) the simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, ch4, being a constituent of natural gas while methanes is (organic compound) derivatives of methane.

Methane vs Methanium - What's the difference?

methane | methanium |


As nouns the difference between methane and methanium

is that methane is (organic compound|uncountable) the simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, ch4, being a constituent of natural gas while methanium is (chemistry) the carbocation, ch5+, derived by the hydrogenation of methane.

Methane vs Carbane - What's the difference?

methane | carbane |


As nouns the difference between methane and carbane

is that methane is (organic compound|uncountable) the simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, ch4, being a constituent of natural gas while carbane is (nonstandard|organic compound) a proposed systematic name for methane.

Methane vs Methanogenic - What's the difference?

methane | methanogenic |


As a noun methane

is (organic compound|uncountable) the simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, ch4, being a constituent of natural gas.

As an adjective methanogenic is

of, or relating to a methanogen.

Methane vs Methanogenesis - What's the difference?

methane | methanogenesis |


As nouns the difference between methane and methanogenesis

is that methane is (organic compound|uncountable) the simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, ch4, being a constituent of natural gas while methanogenesis is the generation of methane by anaerobic bacteria.

Methane vs Methyl - What's the difference?

methane | methyl |


As nouns the difference between methane and methyl

is that methane is (organic compound|uncountable) the simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, ch4, being a constituent of natural gas while methyl is (organic compound) the univalent hydrocarbon radical, ch3, formally derived from methane by the loss of a hydrogen atom.

Methane vs Formic - What's the difference?

methane | formic |


As a noun methane

is (organic compound|uncountable) the simplest aliphatic hydrocarbon, ch4, being a constituent of natural gas.

As a adjective formic is

of or pertaining to ants.

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