Dihalogenoalkane vs Difluoromethane - What's the difference?

dihalogenoalkane | difluoromethane |


As a noun difluoromethane is

(organic compound) a dihalogenoalkane in which two of the four hydrogen atoms of methane are replaced by fluorine, used as a refrigerant.

dihalogenoalkane

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difluoromethane

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(wikipedia difluoromethane)
  • (organic compound) A dihalogenoalkane in which two of the four hydrogen atoms of methane are replaced by fluorine, used as a refrigerant.