Arene

Any carbon compound containing a six membered ring of carbons, each of which forms only one chemical bond outside of the ring. This is called a phenyl ring, and though it looks like it has alternating single and double bonds, all the bonds are actually the same. Benzene is the simplest arene; other examples are toluene, fulvic acid, and trinitrotol
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Arene

A hydrocarbon that contains at least one aromatic ring.
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arene

A hydrocarbon that contains at least one aromatic ring.
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Arene

Arene is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Arene

[surname] Arene is a French family name of the Provence region with the same origin as the Spanish Arenas and Italian Arena, all derived from the Latin root word (h)arena, meaning sand. By family tradition, the sand in question was that of the Roman arena (or colosseum), thus making the original bearer a gladiator. More likely, however, the
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Arene

[gastropod] Arene is a genus of small sea snails that have a calcareous operculum, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Areneidae. The genus Arene (and also the genus Cinysca) are placed within the family Areneidae, although Areneidae was not officially described as a taxon name. Areneidae is provisionaly placed within the superfamily An
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Arene

A hydrocarbon that contains at least one aromatic ring.
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