Isobutylene vs Isobutane - What's the difference?

isobutylene | isobutane |


In organic compound|lang=en terms the difference between isobutylene and isobutane

is that isobutylene is (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene while isobutane is (organic compound) a hydrocarbon, a particular isomer of c4h10 found in natural gas.

As nouns the difference between isobutylene and isobutane

is that isobutylene is (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene while isobutane is (organic compound) a hydrocarbon, a particular isomer of c4h10 found in natural gas.

isobutylene

English

Noun

  • (organic compound) methylpropene; isobutene
  • isobutane

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (organic compound) A hydrocarbon, a particular isomer of C4H10 found in natural gas.
  • Synonyms

    * * methylpropane