[e-thahyn-l] /ɛˈθaɪn l/

adjective, Chemistry.
containing the .

ethynyl e·thy·nyl (ě-thī’nĭl, ěth’ə-)
The univalent hydrocarbon radical HC[bond3]C derived from acetylene.


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