Vicinal

• (a.) Near; vicine.
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vicinal

adjective belonging to or limited to a vicinity
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Vicinal

[chemistry] In chemistry vicinal (from Latin vicinus = neighbor) describes any two functional groups bonded to two adjacent carbon atoms. For example the molecule 2,3-dibromobutane carries two vicinal bromine atoms and 1,3-dibromobutane does not. Likewise in a gem-dibromide the prefix gem, an abbreviation of geminal, signals that both bromi...
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Vicinal

[logology] A vicinal is a logological term for a word where all its letters have `alphabetic neighbors`. For instance, if a word has an `O` in it, to be a vicinal it must also have an `N` and/or a `P`. If none of the letters have alphabetic neighbors, it is known as a nonvicinal. Some vicinals: Some nonvicinals: Some words that are neither:...
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Vicinal

Vic'i·nal adjective [ Latin vicinalis : confer French vicinal .] Near; vicine. T. Warton. Vicinal planes (Min.) , subordinate planes on a crystal, which are very near to the fundamental planes in angles, and sometimes take their place. They have in general very...
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vicinal

neighboring; local
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vicinal

[adj] - belonging to or limited to a vicinity
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