Definition of vinyl. Meaning of vinyl. Synonyms of vinyl

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Definition of vinyl

Vinyl Vi"nyl, n. [L. vinum wine + -yl.] (Chem.) The hypothetical radical C2H3, regarded as the characteristic residue of ethylene and that related series of unsaturated hydrocarbons with which the allyl compounds are homologous.
Ethenyl Eth"e*nyl, n. [Ethene + -yl.] (Chem.) (a) A trivalent hydrocarbon radical, CH3.C. (b) A univalent hydrocarbon radical of the ethylene series, CH2:CH; -- called also vinyl. See Vinyl.

Meaning of vinyl from wikipedia

- in chemistry , vinyl or ethenyl is the functional group −c h ch 2, namely the ethylene molecule (h 2 c ch 2) minus one hydrogen atom.
- a gramophone record (phonograph record in american english ) or vinyl record, commonly known as 'a record', is an analog sound storage
- the lp (l ong p lay), or 33⅓ rpm microgroove vinyl record, is a format for phonograph (gramophone) records , an analog sound storage
- by cutting it in half and spreading it over both sides of the vinyl, both dylan and fans demanded that the full six-minute take be placed
- poly(vinyl chloride), commonly abbreviated pvc, is the third-most widely produced polymer , after polyethylene and polypropylene .
- later musical styles took advantage of this new format and recording levels on vinyl 30 cm (12 in) maxis have steadily increased,
- vinyl roof refers to a vinyl covering for an automobile's top. this covering was originally designed to give the appearance of a
- in practice, in vinyl's heyday it was generally too much too late. since the early 1980s, an elegant solution has been the near-frictionless
- in the 1980s, the band pink slip daddy released a 10-inch single called 'lsd,' on clear pink vinyl with pink glitter inside the vinyl.
- vinyl polymers are a group of polymer s derived from vinyl monomer s. their backbone is an extended alkane chain, made by polymerizing an