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  • noun Plural form of alkene.

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Examples

  • I know I am totally not making sense, cos that's exactly how we JC people turn out after a massive exercise of the brain, whereby we do, or at least I've done, alkenes, solubility product, DC Circuit tutorials.

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  • The molecules detected by the research team occur naturally in the presence of alkenes, chemical compounds which are mostly released by plants.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The greatest cooling effect could be potentially felt in areas where there are high concentrations of both alkenes and pollutants, which enable the biradicals to react.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The molecules detected by the research team occur naturally in the presence of alkenes, chemical compounds which are mostly released by plants.

    Reuters: Top News

  • The molecules detected by the research team occur naturally in the presence of alkenes, chemical compounds which are mostly released by plants.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The greatest cooling effect could be potentially felt in areas where there are high concentrations of both alkenes and pollutants, which enable the biradicals to react.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The greatest cooling effect could be potentially felt in areas where there are high concentrations of both alkenes and pollutants, which enable the biradicals to react.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Olefins, or alkenes, are compounds that have carbon-carbon double bonds; reactions using catalysts that break those bonds create other new and useful carbon carbon double bond molecules.

    MIT World: Recent Updates

  • This, the authors surmise, is linked to some of the facile combinatorial-type reactions used to prepare them, particularly ones that leave enones or exo-alkenes in the final structures.

    In the Pipeline

  • And all sort of keto-heterocycles with conjugated exo alkenes make the list.

    In the Pipeline

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