Definition of Ethylenes
1. ethylene [n] - See also: ethylene
Medical Definition of Ethylenes
1. Derivatives of ethylene, a simple organic gas of biological origin with many industrial and biological use. (12 Dec 1998)
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Literary usage of Ethylenes
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1. Organic Compounds of Mercury by Frank Clifford Whitmore (1921)
"Such compounds are the halogenated ethylenes and acetylenes which have only one remaining hydrogen. These substances react with an alkaline solution of ..."
2. The University Geological Survey of Kansas by Erasmus Haworth, Kansas Geological Survey (1908)
"ethylenes. Unsaturated Paraffin Derivatives of Formula "In the earlier literature ... Mabery.247 "According to Lachowicz, ethylenes are not present in Ga- ..."
3. Cod-liver Oil and Chemistry by Frantz Peckel Møller, Peter Møller Heyerdahl (1895)
"SPECIFICATION : ethylenes SPECIFICATION Having now made ourselves acquainted with the general mode of formation of the ..."
4. Petroleum: It's History, Origin, Occurence, Production, Physical and by Hans Höfer, Alexander Veith (1894)
"Such, however, is not the case as regards our knowledge of the presence of the ethylenes. To be sure where C,,H2 preponderates in petroleum, as in the Baku ..."
5. Petroleum: Its History, Origin, Occurrence, Production, Physical and by William Theodore Brannt, Hans Höfer, Alexander Veith (1894)
"... the ethylenes are wanting in Galic- ian petroleum, and he conjectures that where found they are formed by distillation. Dr. Kraemer also points out that ..."
6. A Text Book of Engineering Thermodynamics by Charles Edward Lucke, John Joseph Flather (1915)
"Inspection of tables of properties of mineral oils, shows that the carbon- hydrogen ratio, which for the ethylenes and naphthalenes is constant and equal to ..."