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Terms vs Hexatomic - What's the difference?

terms | hexatomic |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective hexatomic is

(chemistry) having six atoms in each molecule.

Hexatomic vs Hexatonic - What's the difference?

hexatomic | hexatonic |


As adjectives the difference between hexatomic and hexatonic

is that hexatomic is (chemistry) having six atoms in each molecule while hexatonic is (music) describing a mode or scale that has six pitches in an octave.

Hexasomic vs Hexatomic - What's the difference?

hexasomic | hexatomic |


As adjectives the difference between hexasomic and hexatomic

is that hexasomic is relating to or characterised by a state of hexasomy while hexatomic is (chemistry) having six atoms in each molecule.

Hexatomic vs Hexacid - What's the difference?

hexatomic | hexacid |


In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between hexatomic and hexacid

is that hexatomic is (chemistry) having six atoms in each molecule while hexacid is (chemistry) having six atoms or radicals capable of being replaced by acids; hexatomic; hexavalent.

As adjectives the difference between hexatomic and hexacid

is that hexatomic is (chemistry) having six atoms in each molecule while hexacid is (chemistry) having six atoms or radicals capable of being replaced by acids; hexatomic; hexavalent.

Molecule vs Hexatomic - What's the difference?

molecule | hexatomic |


As a noun molecule

is molecule.

As an adjective hexatomic is

(chemistry) having six atoms in each molecule.

Atom vs Hexatomic - What's the difference?

atom | hexatomic |


As a noun atom

is an (l).

As an adjective hexatomic is

(chemistry) having six atoms in each molecule.

Hexaatomic vs Hexatomic - What's the difference?

hexaatomic | hexatomic | Alternative forms |

Hexaatomic is an alternative form of hexatomic.


As an adjective hexatomic is

(chemistry) having six atoms in each molecule.