butane

  • 1 Butane — Butane …

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  • 2 butane — [ bytan ] n. m. • 1874; du rad. de but(ylique) et suff. chim. ane ♦ Cour. Hydrocarbure saturé, gazeux et liquéfiable, employé comme combustible (C4H10). Le butane et le propane. Une bouteille de butane. Une cuisinière au butane. Appos. Gaz butane …

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  • 3 Butane — (Butylwasserstoffe), gasförmige Kohlenwasserstoffe der Grenzreihe von der Zusammensetzung C4H10. Normales Butan von der Formel CH3–CH2–CH2–CH3 ist ein farbloses, bei +1° zu einer Flüssigkeit kondensierbares, im amerikanischen… …

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  • 4 Butane —   [Kurzwort], Singular Butan das, s, zu den Alkanen zählende Kohlenwasserstoffe mit der Summenformel C4H10, die in den zwei Strukturisomeren n Butan und Isobutan auftreten. Butane kommen in Erdgas, Erdöl und Erdölverarbeitungsprodukten… …

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  • 5 butane — [byo͞o′tān΄, byo͞o tān′] n. [ BUT(YL) + ANE] either of two alkanes (normal butane and isobutane) having the same formula, C4H10, but different structures and used esp. as a fuel …

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  • 6 Butane — Bu tane (b[=u] t[=a]n), n. [L. butyrum butter. See {Butter}.] (Chem.) An inflammable gaseous saturated hydrocarbon, {C4H10}, of the marsh gas, or paraffin, series. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 Butane — C4H10, Kohlenwasserstoffe der Äthanreihe. Normales Butan (Primäres Butan, Diäthyl) CH3.CH2.CH2.CH3 findet sich im amerikanischen Erdöl, in den Destillationsprodukten der Kannelkohle und entsteht aus Jodäthyl und Zink bei 150°. Sekundäres Butan… …

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  • 8 butane — paraffin hydrocarbon, 1875, from but(yl), hydrocarbon from butyric acid, a product of fermentation found in rancid butter, from L. butyrum (see BUTTER (Cf. butter)) + chemical suffix ane …

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  • 9 butane — ► NOUN ▪ a flammable hydrocarbon gas present in petroleum and natural gas and used as a fuel. ORIGIN ultimately from Latin butyrum butter …

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  • 10 Butane — n Butane …

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  • 11 Butane — Eigenschaften der Butane Name n Butan[1] Isobutan[2] Strukturformel …

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  • 12 butane — /byooh tayn, byooh tayn /, n. Chem. a colorless, flammable gas, C4H10, a saturated aliphatic existing in two isometric forms: used chiefly in the manufacture of rubber and as fuel. [1870 75; BUT(YL) + ANE] * * * ▪ chemical compound       either… …

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  • 13 Butane — (C4H10)   A normally gaseous straight chain or branch chain hydrocarbon extracted from hydrocarbon extracted from natural gas or refinery gas streams. It includes isobutane and normal butane and is designated in ASTM Specification D1835 and Gas… …

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  • 14 butane — noun a) A hydrocarbon (either of the two isomers of CH n butane, and 2 methyl propane) found in gaseous petroleum fractions. b) The n butane isomer only. Syn: E943a See Also: alkane, ethane, methane, pentan …

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  • 15 butane — C4H10; a gaseous hydrocarbon present in natural gas; two isomers are known, both of which are anesthetically active: n b. is CH3(CH2)2CH3 and isobutane is CH3CH(CH3)CH3 (or 2 methylpropane). * * * bu·tane byü .tān n either of two isomeric… …

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  • 16 butane — noun Butane is used before these nouns: ↑gas, ↑lighter …

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  • 17 butane — [[t]bju͟ːteɪn[/t]] N UNCOUNT Butane is a gas that is obtained from petroleum and is used as a fuel …

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  • 18 butane — butanas statusas T sritis chemija formulė H(CH₂)₄H atitikmenys: angl. butane rus. бутан …

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  • 19 butane — noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary butyric + ane Date: 1875 either of two isomeric flammable gaseous alkanes C4H10 obtained usually from petroleum or natural gas and used as fuels …

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  • 20 butane — bu|tane [ˈbju:teın] n [U] [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: butyl type of chemical group (19 21 centuries) (from Latin butyrum ( BUTTER1); because it smells of butter that is no longer fresh) + ane carbon chemical compound ] a gas stored in liquid form,… …

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