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al·kyne

 (ăl′kīn′)
n.
Any of a series of aliphatic hydrocarbons with a carbon-carbon triple bond and the general formula CnH2n-2.

alkyne

(ˈælkaɪn) or

alkine

n
(Elements & Compounds)
a. any unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon that has a formula of the type CnH2n–2
b. (as modifier): alkyne series.

al•kyne

(ˈæl kaɪn)

n.
any member of the homologous series of unsaturated, aliphatic hydrocarbons having at least one triple bond and the general formula CnH2n−2, as acetylene.
[1880–85; alk (yl) + -ine2]

al·kyne

(ăl′kīn′)
Any of a group of hydrocarbons whose carbon atoms form chains linked by one or more triple bonds. Alkynes have the general formula CnH2n-2 and include acetylene.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.alkyne - a colorless flammable gas used chiefly in welding and in organic synthesisalkyne - a colorless flammable gas used chiefly in welding and in organic synthesis
aliphatic compound - organic compound that is an alkane or alkene or alkyne or their derivative
oxyacetylene - a mixture of oxygen and acetylene; used to create high temperatures for cutting or welding metals
Translations
алкин
alquí
alkyn
Alkin
alkino
alküün
alkyyni
alcyne
אלקין
alkin
alkin
alkuna
アルキン
alkinum
alkīni
alkyn
alkyn
alkin
alcino
alchină
alkín
alkin
алкин
alkyn
алкін

alkyne

[ˈælkaɪn] nalchino
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For example in case of basic solution n-hexane fraction shown in Figure-1, contains peaks for the amide, alkyne and hydroxyl group, that for chloroform fraction the spectrum shown in Figure-2, contain peaks for amines, amides, alcohol and phenols.
The functional groups on the surface of biochar, such as hydroxyl, carboxyl, ether, amide, amine, alkayl, alkyne, alkine and carbonyl are responsible for adsorption of PTEs from wastewater.
1] disappeared, which corresponds to the stretching vibration of azide and alkyne C-H, respectively.
The band at 2016 cm-1 is typically is attributed to alkyne group.
Functional groups with click reactivity includes amine, sulfate, thiol, hydroxyl, azide, alkyne, alkene and carboxyl groups.
This method involves the catalytic carbometallation of the alkyne of a 1,3-enyne, followed by 1,4-migration of the resulting alkenylmetal species to the cis-allylic position of the enyne, which constitutes a special type of CH functionalization reaction.
Moreover, the efficiency of incorporating modified bases during PCR is significantly influenced by the structure of the modifications: bases, which contain alkyne linker, are recognized as a substrate by a larger number of DNA polymerases, while bases with aminolinker are more difficult for incorporation.
EdU, a thymidine analog in which a terminal alkyne group substitutes the methyl group in the 5th position, is incorporated into cellular DNA during DNA replication in proliferating cells [18].
This edition has been revised, updated, and expanded to include chapters and information on biomimetic animation reactions, Wacker oxidation, and useful domino reactions, as well as new transition-metal-catalyzed reactions such as the alkene and alkyne ring-closing metathesis, new Ru catalysts and organocatalytic reactions, examples of CH activation in organic synthesis, and new classes of materials as molecular switches.
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Analysis of the ATR-FITR absorptions reveals characteristic signatures for functional groups present in Fetuin-A (Figure 1): phenol, alkene, nitrile, alkyne, ester, aromatic hydrocarbon, amine, and amine oxide.
His group's latest innovation, published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, makes use of molecules with a diazonium group on one end, and alkyne (C [equivalent to] CH) groups on the other.