- al·kyne (alґkīn) an unsaturated hydrocarbon containing a triple bond between two carbon atoms; the alkynes are members of the acetylene series.
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alkyne — or alkine [al′kīn΄] n. [ ALKY(L) + (I)NE] any of a series of unsaturated open chain hydrocarbons containing a triple bond and having the general formula CnH2n 2: these compounds are sometimes said to be in the acetylene series … English World dictionary
Alkyne — Alkynes are hydrocarbons that have at least one triple bond between two carbon atoms, with the formula CnH2n 2. The alkynes are traditionally known as acetylenes or the acetylene series, although the name acetylene is also used to refer… … Wikipedia
alkyne — /al kuyn/, n. Chem. any member of the alkyne series. Also, alkine. [1880 85; ALK(YL) + INE2, altered to yne] * * * … Universalium
alkyne — alkinas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Alifatinis angliavandenilis, turintis trigubąjį ryšį. atitikmenys: angl. acetylenic hydrocarbon; alkyne rus. алкин; ацетиленовый углеводород ryšiai: sinonimas – acetileninis angliavandenilis … Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas
alkyne — n. Chem. any of a series of unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbons containing a triple bond and having the general formula CnH2n 2, including acetylene. Etymology: ALKYL + YNE * * * alkyne see alkine 2 … Useful english dictionary
alkyne — noun Etymology: alkyl + yne, alteration of ine Date: circa 1909 any of a series of open chain hydrocarbons CnH2n 2 (as acetylene) having one triple bond … New Collegiate Dictionary
alkyne — noun A hydrocarbon containing at least one carbon–carbon triple bond … Wiktionary
alkyne — [ alkʌɪn] noun Chemistry any of the series of unsaturated hydrocarbons containing a triple bond, including acetylene. Origin early 20th cent.: from alkyl + yne … English new terms dictionary
alkyne — al·kyne … English syllables
alkyne — al•kyne [[t]ˈæl kaɪn[/t]] n. chem. any member of the homologous series of unsaturated, aliphatic hydrocarbons having at least one triple bond and the general formula CnH2n−2, as acetylene • Etymology: 1880–85; alk ( yl) + ine II … From formal English to slang