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a·cet·y·lene

 (ə-sĕt′l-ēn′, -ən)
n.
A colorless, highly flammable or explosive gas, C2H2, used for metal welding and cutting and as an illuminant. Also called ethyne.

a·cet′y·len′ic (ə-sĕt′l-ĕn′ĭk) adj.

acetylene

(əˈsɛtɪˌliːn)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) a colourless flammable gas used in the manufacture of organic chemicals and in cutting and welding metals. Formula: C2H2. Systematic name: ethyne
2. (Elements & Compounds)
a. another name for alkyne
b. (as modifier): acetylene series.
acetylenic adj

a•cet•y•lene

(əˈsɛt lˌin, -ɪn)

n.
a colorless gas, C2H2, used esp. in metal cutting and welding, as an illuminant, and in organic synthesis.
[1860–65]
a•cet`y•len′ic (-ˈɛn ɪk) adj.

a·cet·y·lene

(ə-sĕt′l-ēn′)
A colorless, highly flammable and explosive gas, C2H2. It is used in gas lighting and in cutting and welding metal.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.acetylene - a colorless flammable gas used chiefly in welding and in organic synthesisacetylene - 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
acetileno
asetyleeni
acetylen
asetilen
アセチレン
acetylen
acetylen
acetylen

acetylene

[əˈsetɪliːn]
A. Nacetileno m
B. CPD acetylene burner Nsoplete m oxiacetilénico
acetylene lamp Nlámpara f de acetileno
acetylene torch Nsoplete m oxiacetilénico
acetylene welding Nsoldadura f oxiacetilénica

acetylene

[əˈsɛtɪliːn] nacétylène m

acetylene

nAcetylen nt, → Azetylen nt

acetylene

[əˈsɛtɪliːn] nacetilene m
acetylene burner → becco ad acetilene
acetylene welding → saldatura ad acetilene
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CaC2 is dipped in water to react with H2O to produce acetylene or C2H2 which is an inflammable gas.
As for TFs that have unique human roles, these belong to the rapidly evolving class of so-called C2H2 zinc finger TFs, named for zinc ion-containing finger-like protrusions, with which they bind the DNA.
2012MY 2.0L GDI Ford Focus PZEV, E85 fuel Ethanol 54% C2H40 12% C2H4 11% C5+ iso-alkanes 8% HCHO 4% C5+ n-alkanes 2% Aromatics 3% C2H6 4% C2H2 1% C3H6 1% Note: Table made from pie chart.
Another prominent peak observed at m/z 168 was produced by the loss of CO and C2H2 units from the fragment ion m/z 221.
The information content (IC) for the recognition site is listed along with the DNA binding domain (DBD) of the TFs either the homeodomain (HD) or the C2H2 Zn fingers (ZNF).
Howard, "C2H2 and PAH as soot growth reactants in premixed C2H4]-air flames," Symposium (International) on Combustion, vol.
Three major transcription factor domains are PF04082.13 (39 fungal-specific transcription factor domains/Fungal_trans), PF00096.21 (39 Zinc finger, C2H2 type), and PF00172.13 (fungal Zn(2)-Cys(6) binuclear cluster domain/Zn_clus).
KLFs are a member of a family of C2H2 zinc finger proteins known to regulate adipocyte differentiation [42].
Wiesen, "Temperature and pressure dependence of the NCO + C2H2 reaction," Chemical Physics Letters, vol.
Ding, "Theoretical investigation on the healing mechanism of divacancy defect in CNT growth by C2H2 and C2H4," Journal of Molecular Modeling, vol.
The DHHC-motif is embedded within a 51-amino acid domain that is a variant of the C2H2 zinc finger motif.