Dipropargyl
Dipropargyl Di`pro*par"gyl, n. [Prefix di- + propargyl.] (Chem.) A pungent, mobile, volatile liquid, {C6H6}, produced artificially from certain allyl derivatives. Though isomeric with benzine, it is very different in its chemical relations. Called also {dipropinyl}. [1913 Webster]

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  • C6H6 — Dipropargyl Di pro*par gyl, n. [Prefix di + propargyl.] (Chem.) A pungent, mobile, volatile liquid, {C6H6}, produced artificially from certain allyl derivatives. Though isomeric with benzine, it is very different in its chemical relations. Called …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dipropinyl — Dipropargyl Di pro*par gyl, n. [Prefix di + propargyl.] (Chem.) A pungent, mobile, volatile liquid, {C6H6}, produced artificially from certain allyl derivatives. Though isomeric with benzine, it is very different in its chemical relations. Called …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tropilidene — Tro*pil i*dene, n. [See {Tropine}.] (Chem.) A liquid hydrocarbon obtained by the dry distillation of tropine with quicklime. It is regarded as being homologous with dipropargyl. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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