Fulvalene vs Tetrathiafulvalene - What's the difference?

fulvalene | tetrathiafulvalene |


As nouns the difference between fulvalene and tetrathiafulvalene

is that fulvalene is (chemistry) the bicyclic hydrocarbon formed from two cyclopentadiene rings linked with a double bond; any derivative of this compound while tetrathiafulvalene is an organosulfur compound related to the hydrocarbon fulvalene by replacement of four ch (carbon-hydrogen) groups with sulfur atoms.

fulvalene

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (chemistry) the bicyclic hydrocarbon formed from two cyclopentadiene rings linked with a double bond; any derivative of this compound
  • (chemistry) any heterocyclic analogue of these compounds
  • tetrathiafulvalene

    English

    Noun

    (wikipedia tetrathiafulvalene)
  • An organosulfur compound related to the hydrocarbon fulvalene by replacement of four CH (carbon-hydrogen) groups with sulfur atoms.
  • Synonyms

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