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cy·clo·al·kane

 (sī′klō-ăl′kān)
n.
An alicyclic hydrocarbon with a saturated ring. Also called cycloparaffin.
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cycloalkane

(ˌsaɪkləʊˈælkeɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any saturated hydrocarbon similar to an alkane but having a cyclic molecular structure and the general formula CnH2n. Also called: cycloparaffin
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Translations
cicloalcano
sykloalkaani
cycloalcane
cicloalcano
cykloalkan
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The carbon isotope distribution pattern of n-alkanes, branched alkanes, and cycloalkanes is shown in Figure 8.
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The particle bond network (ABC) index connects to the security of direct alkanes and stretched alkanes and is used to process the strain vitality of cycloalkanes [38, 39].
Identified compounds were assigned to 17 chemical families: acids, alkanes, alcohols, aldehydes, aliphatic, and aromatic hydrocarbons, cycloalkanes, cyclopentanones, cyclopentenones, esters, glycol, ketones, lactones, pyridines, phenols, terpenes, and terpenoids.
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During the cracking process, cycloalkanes might experience side chain cleavage, aromatization, and cyclization of paraffin [59].
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