(As a noun)
Acetylene ( noun )
- A flammable gas with the chemical formula C2H2, used as a fuel and in organic synthesis.
- A chemical compound containing two carbon atoms and two hydrogen atoms, with the formula C2H2.
Derived from the french acétylène, formed from the prefix acét- (from acétique, 'acetic') + -ylène, from the greek hyle, 'matter'.
- Acetylene is commonly used in welding.
- The acetylene gas is highly flammable.
- The experiment was performed using a mixture of oxygen and acetylene.
- The acetylene torch is a very powerful tool in metalworking.
- Acetylene is a colorless, highly flammable gas.
(As an adjective)
Acetylene ( adjective )
- Of or relating to acetylene or its derivatives.
- Containing or involving the use of acetylene.
Formed from the noun acetylene, used to describe chemical compounds or reactions involving acetylene.
- Acetylene welding is a type of welding that uses a flame.
- The acetylene torch is used for cutting metal.
- The acetylene plant is used to produce acetylene gas.
- The acetylene reaction is used in organic synthesis.
- The acetylene group is a functional group in organic chemistry.
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