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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.
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Adj.1.acetylenic - of or related to acetyleneacetylenic - of or related to acetylene    
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acétylénique
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Other organic nonionics include tertiary acetylenic glycols, N-alkyl pyrrolidones and alkyl polyglycosides.
Hagihara, "A convenient synthesis of acetylenes: catalytic substitutions of acetylenic hydrogen with bromoalkenes, iodoarenes and bromopyridines," Tetrahedron Letters, vol.
According to our approach the synthesis of click polymers is based on the use of diyne monomers obtained by interaction of acetylenic nucleophiles (both regular, such as propargyl alcohol, 3-butyl-1-ol, and propargylamines, and strained, such as hydroxy-dibenzocyclooctyne, dibenzocyclooctyne-amines, and related compounds) with activated bis-electrophiles such as diacid chlorides, bis-chloroformates, or diisocyanates.
CYP1B1 inhibition by eleven polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and 14 acetylenic PAHs and biphenyls was studied.
Nogueira, "Antinociceptive properties of acetylenic thiophene and furan derivatives: evidence for the mechanism of action," Life Sciences, vol.
Gao, "Cycloadditions and cyclizations of acetylenic, allenic, and conjugated dienyl sulfones," Chemical Reviews, vol.
Khan et al., "Potent in vitro antifungal activities of naturally occurring acetylenic acids," Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, vol.
[1], is constructed by inserting an acetylenic linkage (-C [equivalent to] C-) between two bonded C atoms of graphene.
Wetting agents are 12% of the pounds and 13% of the dollars, and include high volume alkoxylated surfactants and more specialized silicone, acrylic, acetylenic glycol derivatives and fluorosurfactant kinds.
The acrylic adhesive, acetylenic diol, was determined to be present in the sample.
These types of fused benzothiazole-pyrimidine compounds have been synthesized from 2-amino-benzothiazoles derivatives and [beta]-haloesters [29-31], orthoesters [32-35], allenic [36] and acetylenic groups [37-38], [beta]-ketosters [39-40], [alpha]-haloacids [41] and malonates [42].
In many cases, corrosion inhibitors would break these VES gels, and this is because inhibitors usually have oil-soluble constituents (e.g., acetylenic alcohol) or contain mutual solvents (e.g., ethylene gylcol monobutyl ether) [6].