Butylene



Also, butene. any of three isomeric, gaseous hydrocarbons having the formula C 4 H 8 , of the alkene series.
containing the butylene group.
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U.S. Patent 4,293,314: Gelled Fuel-Air Explosive Bertram O. Stull

noun
another name for butene
butylene
(byt’l-ēn’)
Any of three gaseous hydrocarbons that consist of four carbon atoms in a chain with a double bond between two of the carbons. They are part of the alkene series. Butylenes are used to make synthetic rubber. Chemical formula: C4H8.

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