Ethene

Also known as ethylene, ethene is the simplest monomer for use in addition polymerisation reactions. Poly(ethene) (or polyethylene) is well known to you in the form of cling wrap.
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ethene

Or Ethylene simplest member of class of aliphatic organic compounds called alkenes, which contain at least one carbon-carbon double bond. Ethylene is a colourless, slightly sweet-smelling gas of formula H2C=CH2. It is slightly soluble in water and is prod
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Ethene

Eth'ene noun (Chemistry) Ethylene; olefiant gas.
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Ethene

• (n.) Ethylene; olefiant gas.
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Ethene

C2H4 Molar mass: 28.05316
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Ethene

Ethene is an alkene hydrocarbon gas.
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ethene

(C2H4) Also known as ethylene, the first member of the alkene family of hydrocarbons. Ethene is a colorless, flammable gas, with a slightly sweet smell. It burns in air with a luminous flame and forms an explosive mixture with p...
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ethene

ethene: see ethylene.
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ethene

Colourless, flammable gas, the first member of the alkene series of hydrocarbons. It is the most widely used synthetic organic chemical and is used to produce the plastics polythene (polyethylene), polychloroethene, and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). It is obtained from natural gas or coal gas, or by the ...
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