Cyclohexane vs Cyclohexanol - What's the difference?

cyclohexane | cyclohexanol |


As nouns the difference between cyclohexane and cyclohexanol

is that cyclohexane is (organic compound) an alicyclic hydrocarbon, c6h12, consisting of a ring of six carbon atoms; a volatile liquid while cyclohexanol is (organic compound) the alicyclic alcohol derived from cyclohexane by replacement of a hydrogen atom with a hydroxyl group.

cyclohexane

Noun

  • (organic compound) An alicyclic hydrocarbon, C6H12, consisting of a ring of six carbon atoms; a volatile liquid.
  • See also

    * cycloalkane * hexane * benzene

    cyclohexanol

    English

    Noun

    (wikipedia cyclohexanol)
  • (organic compound) The alicyclic alcohol derived from cyclohexane by replacement of a hydrogen atom with a hydroxyl group