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Definition of C8H16

C8H16
Octylene Oc"tyl*ene, n. [Octane + ethylene.] (Chem.) Any one of a series of metameric hydrocarbons (C8H16) of the ethylene series. In general they are combustible, colorless liquids.

Meaning of C8H16 from wikipedia

- The molecular formula C8H16 (molar m****: 112.21 g/mol, exact m****: 112.1252 u) may refer to: Cyclooctane Diisobutylene Octenes 1-Octene This set index...
- The molecular formula C8H16O may refer to: 4-Methylcyclohexanemethanol Octanal Octanones 2-Octanone 3-Octanone 4-Octanone 1-Octen-3-ol Tetramethyltetrahydrofurans...
- The molecular formula C8H16O2 may refer to: Butyl butyrate Caprylic acid Cyclohexanedimethanol Ethyl hexanoate 2-Ethylhexanoic acid Hexyl acetate Manzanate...
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- The molecular formula C16H8 may refer to: Bicalicene Quadrannulene List_of_compounds_with_carbon_number_16 This set index page lists chemical structure...
- The molecular formula C8H16O4 (molar m****: 176.21 g/mol, exact m****: 176.104859 u) may refer to: 12-Crown-4, or 1,4,7,10-tetraoxacyclododecane Cladinose...
- The molecular formula C8H16O6 (molar m****: 208.21 g/mol, exact m****: 208.0947 u) may refer to: Pinpollitol Vis****itol This set index page lists chemical...
- The molecular formula C8H16O3 (molar m****: 160.21 g/mol) may refer to: 2-Butoxyethanol acetate 2,2-Diethoxytetrahydrofuran 3-Hydroxyoctanoic acid This...
- activation of these catalysts under H2, produces cyclooctane, which is usually discarded or burnt: C8H12 + 2 H2 → C8H16 Cyclooctane parti****tes in no reactions...
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