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  • noun Plural form of alkyne.

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  • The olefins, diolefins, and alkynes are said to be unsaturated because they contain less than the amount of hydrogen necessary to saturate all the valences of the carbon atoms.

    Hydrocarbon chemistry

  • Diolefins such as 1,2-butadiene and 1,3-butadiene, and alkynes such as acetylene, occur in C5 and lighter fractions from cracking.

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  • The alkynes, another class of unsaturated hydrocarbons, have a carbon-carbon triple bond within the molecule.

    Hydrocarbon chemistry

  • Cp*IrCl22 was found to be capable of assisting in the cleavage of C-C triple bonds in terminal alkynes by water, and also as an efficient catalyst for the hydrosilylation of terminal alkynes.

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  • Cp*IrCl22 was found to be capable of assisting in the cleavage of C-C triple bonds in terminal alkynes by water, and also as an efficient catalyst for the hydrosilylation of terminal alkynes.

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  • Main Group elements - and transition metal-promoted carboxylation of organic substrates (alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, aromatics and others)

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  • For example anodic electrografting of SiNW surfaces with alkyl Grignards (or cathodic electrografting with alkynes) Passivation of Si surface Absorption infrared spectra. [a] ethyl hydrosilylated; [b] ethyl electrografted; [c] methyl hydrosilylated; [d] methyl electrografted.

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