Hexylene
Hexylene Hex"yl*ene, n. [Hex- + -yl + ethlene.] (Chem.) A colorless, liquid hydrocarbon, {C6H12}, of the ethylene series, produced artificially, and found as a natural product of distillation of certain coals; also, any one several isomers of hexylene proper. Called also {hexene}. [1913 Webster]

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  • hexylene — ˈheksəˌlēn noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary hexyl + ene : any of several liquid isomeric hydrocarbons C6H12 belonging to the ethylene series and including the hexenes * * * hexylene /heksˈi lēn/ or hexˈene noun (Gr hȳlē… …   Useful english dictionary

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