The radical of an alkene.

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  • alkenyl — 1. adjective Of, pertaining to, or derived from an alkene 2. noun Any univalent radical derived from an alkene Syn: enyl See Also: alkene …   Wiktionary

  • Alkenyl- — Al|ke|nyl [↑ Alken u. ↑ yl ] ↑ Alkyl …   Universal-Lexikon

  • alkenyl — al·ke·nyl …   English syllables

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