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2-Butyne

Index 2-Butyne

2-Butyne (dimethylacetylene, crotonylene or but-2-yne) is an alkyne with chemical formula CH3C≡CCH3. [1]

19 relations: Aromatization, Bcr-Abl tyrosine-kinase inhibitor, Boron monofluoride, Butyne, C4H6, Coupling reaction, Cyclopropene, Dewar benzene, Diphenylacetylene, Duroquinone, Four-carbon molecule, Hexamethylbenzene, List of gases, List of UN numbers 1101 to 1200, Propyne, 1-Butyne, 3-Hexyne, 4-Octyne, 5-Decyne.

Aromatization

Aromatization is a chemical reaction in which an aromatic system is formed.

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Bcr-Abl tyrosine-kinase inhibitor

Bcr-Abl tyrosine-kinase inhibitors (TKI) are the first-line therapy for most patients with chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML).

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Boron monofluoride

Boron monofluoride or fluoroborylene is a chemical compound with formula BF, one atom of boron and one of fluorine.

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Butyne

Butyne may refer to either of two isomeric organic chemical compounds.

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C4H6

The molecular formula C4H6 (molar mass: 54.09 g/mol) may refer to.

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Coupling reaction

A coupling reaction in organic chemistry is a general term for a variety of reactions where two hydrocarbon fragments are coupled with the aid of a metal catalyst.

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Cyclopropene

Cyclopropene is an organic compound with the formula 34.

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Dewar benzene

Dewar benzene or bicyclohexa-2,5-diene is a bicyclic isomer of benzene with the molecular formula C6H6.

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Diphenylacetylene

Diphenylacetylene is the chemical compound C6H5C≡CC6H5.

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Duroquinone

Duroquinone is an organic compound (C4(CH3)4O2).

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Four-carbon molecule

Four-carbon molecules are based on a skeleton made from four carbon atoms.

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Hexamethylbenzene

Hexamethylbenzene, also known as mellitene, is a hydrocarbon with the molecular formula C12H18 and the condensed structural formula C6(CH3)6.

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List of gases

This is a list of gases at standard conditions This means the substance boils at or below 25°C at 1 atmosphere pressure and is reasonably stable.

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List of UN numbers 1101 to 1200

The UN numbers from UN1101 to UN1200 as assigned by the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.

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Propyne

Propyne (methylacetylene) is an alkyne with the chemical formula H3C≡CH.

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1-Butyne

1-Butyne, also known as ethylacetylene, but-1-yne, ethylethyne, and UN 2452, is an extremely flammable and reactive alkyne with chemical formula 46 and CAS number 107-00-6 that is used in the synthesis of organic compounds.

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3-Hexyne

3-Hexyne is the organic compound with the formula C2H5CCC2H5, simplified to C6H10.

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4-Octyne

4-Octyne, also known as dipropylethyne, is a type of alkyne with a triple bond at its fourth carbon (the '4-' indicates the location of the triple bond in the chain).

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5-Decyne

5-Decyne, also known as dibutylethyne, is a type of alkyne with a triple bond at its fifth carbon (the '5-' indicates the location of the triple bond in the chain).

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2-butyne, But-2-yne, CH3CCCH3, Crotonylene, Dimethylacetylene.

References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2-Butyne

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