[oh-luh-fin] /ˈoʊ lə fɪn/
any member of the alkene series.
/ˈəʊlɪˌfiːn; -fɪn; ˈɒl-/
other names for alkene
olefin o·le·fin (ō’lə-fĭn)
Any of a group of unsaturated open chain hydrocarbons possessing one or more double bonds, the simplest of which is ethylene.
noun 1. any of a group of synthetic textile fibers, as Herculon, formed from long-chain polymers no less than 85 percent ethylene, propylene, or other olefin units.
noun, Chemistry. 1. .
- Ole for process control
standard (OPC) A set of seven open standards for connectivity and interoperability of industrial automation and the enterprise systems. Based on fundamental and evolving standards and technology of the general computing market, the OPC Foundation adapts and creates specifications that fill industry-specific needs. OPC Foundation (http://opcfoundation.org/). (2003-05-21)
masc. proper name; see Olga.