triyne

Triyne vs Trine - What's the difference?

triyne | trine |


As a noun triyne

is (organic chemistry) any alkyne that has three triple bonds.

As a proper noun trine is

, short form of katrine ( =catherine).

Triyne vs Triune - What's the difference?

triyne | triune |


As a noun triyne

is (organic chemistry) any alkyne that has three triple bonds.

As an adjective triune is

threefold, having three components that are both separate and united;.

Triyne vs Trione - What's the difference?

triyne | trione |


In organic chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between triyne and trione

is that triyne is (organic chemistry) any alkyne that has three triple bonds while trione is (organic chemistry) any ketone having three carbonyl groups.

As nouns the difference between triyne and trione

is that triyne is (organic chemistry) any alkyne that has three triple bonds while trione is (organic chemistry) any ketone having three carbonyl groups.

Triyne vs Triene - What's the difference?

triyne | triene |


As nouns the difference between triyne and triene

is that triyne is (organic chemistry) any alkyne that has three triple bonds while triene is triene.

Alkyne vs Triyne - What's the difference?

alkyne | triyne |


In context|organic chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between alkyne and triyne

is that alkyne is (organic chemistry) a hydrocarbon containing at least one carbon–carbon triple bond while triyne is (organic chemistry) any alkyne that has three triple bonds.

As nouns the difference between alkyne and triyne

is that alkyne is (organic chemistry) a hydrocarbon containing at least one carbon–carbon triple bond while triyne is (organic chemistry) any alkyne that has three triple bonds.