Definition of Ethyne

1. Noun. A colorless flammable gas used chiefly in welding and in organic synthesis.

Exact synonyms: Acetylene, Alkyne
Generic synonyms: Aliphatic Compound
Substance meronyms: Oxyacetylene
Derivative terms: Acetylenic



Definition of Ethyne

1. Noun. (organic compound) The official IUPAC name for the organic chemical compound acetylene. The simplest alkyne, a colorless gaseous (at room temperature and pressure) hydrocarbon with the chemical formula C2H2. ¹

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Definition of Ethyne

1. a flammable gas [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethyne

ethylnorepinephrine
ethylpapaverine hydrochloride
ethylparaben
ethylphenacemide
ethylphenol
ethylphenylephrine hydrochloride
ethyls
ethylstibamine
ethylsulphuric
ethylsulphuric acid
ethylvanillin
ethylxanthate
ethylxanthates
ethylxanthogenate
ethylxanthogenates
ethyne (current term)
ethynediol
ethynes
ethynide
ethynides
ethynodiol
ethynodiol diacetate
ethynol
ethynyl
ethynyl estradiol
ethynylation
ethynylations
ethynylene
ethynylenes
ethynyls

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