Definition of C7H12. Meaning of C7H12. Synonyms of C7H12

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Definition of C7H12

C7H12
Heptine Hep"tine, n. [Heptane + -ine.] (Chem.) Any one of a series of unsaturated metameric hydrocarbons, C7H12, of the acetylene series.

Meaning of C7H12 from wikipedia

- The molecular formula C7H12 (molar m****: 96.17 g/mol, exact m****: 96.0939 u) may refer to: Cycloheptene Heptyne Methylenecyclohexane Norbornane Norcarane...
- The molecular formula C7H12O (molar m**** 112.17 g/mol) may refer to: Cycloheptanone Norborneols endo-Norborneol exo-Norborneol This set index page lists...
- The molecular formula C7H12O2 may refer to: Butyl acrylate Cyclohexanecarboxylic acid trans-3-Methyl-2-hexenoic acid (TMHA) This set index page lists...
- The molecular formula C7H12O4 (molar m****: 160.17 g/mol, exact m****: 160.0736 u) may refer to: Diethyl malonate (DEM) Pimelic acid This set index page...
- The molecular formula C15H12O7 (molar m****: 304.25 g/mol, exact m****: 304.058303 u) may refer to: Dihydromorin, a flava****l Taxifolin (epitaxifolin),...
- (experimental "Avers" AP/I round). The 12.7×108mm has 22.72 ml (350 grains) H2O cartridge case capacity. 12.7×108 maximum cartridge dimensions.[citation...
- The molecular formula C16H12O7 (molar m****: 316.26 g/mol, exact m****: 316.058303) may refer to: Azaleatin, a flavonol Isorhamnetin, a flavonol Nepetin...
- The molecular formula C7H12O3 (molar m****: 144.17 g/mol, exact m****: 144.0786 u) may refer to: Botryodiplodin Ethyl levulinate Tetrahydrofurfuryl acetate...
- The molecular formula C7H12O5 (molar m****: 176.17 g/mol, exact m****: 176.0685 u) may refer to: Cyclop****itol Glyceryl diacetate Isopropylmalic acid Valienol...
- methylidenecyclohexane) is an organic compound with the molecular formula C7H12. It can be produced by a Wittig reaction or a reaction with a Tebbe's reagent...