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ethene

See ethylene.

ethene

see ETHYLENE.

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The produced C4 hydrocarbons can further undergo secondary cracking reactions, yielding ethene, propene and other products.
The yields of ethene and ethene plus propene increase gradually with increasing reaction temperature, while that of propene passes through a maximum at about 660[degrees]C.
Singlet oxygen leads to formation of lipid-hydroperoxides which decay in a further reaction thereby forming ethane and ethene beside other products (Heiser et al.
1] are equal or close to 1 (Table 2) for ethene rich, single-site catalysts elastomers (A and C), whereas for the ZN-Mg[Cl.
Organic compounds 1 Methane 27 1-Dodecene 2 Ethene 28 Dodecane 3 Ethane 29 1-Tridecene 4 1-Propene 30 Tridecane 5 Propane 31 1-Tetradecene 6 1-Butene 32 Tetradecane 7 Butane 33 1-Pentadecene 8 Neopentane (ref.
Polyethylene samples (HDPE, LLDPE, and LDPE) are composed of long chains of ethene units.
Being the focus of medium-and-long-term national energy development strategy, the new coal chemical industry mainly occupies itself with production of clean energy and substitutes such as diesel oil, gasoline, aviation fuel, liquefied petroleum gas, the raw material ethene and polypropylene, alternative fuels (methyl alcohol, dimethyl aether) etc.
The chlororespiratory pathway is promising in that it can lead to efficient dechlorination to ethene and achieve complete detoxification (He et al.
BDF-128 (23)(b) 1,1-dichloro-2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)- ethene 4,4'-DDE (c) 1,1,1-Trichloro-2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)- ethane 4,4'-DDT (c) Hexachlorobenzene HCB (d) 2,3,4-Trichlorophenol 2,3,4-triCP (e) Pentachlorophenol PCP (f) IS, internal surrogate standard.
Such behavior can be attributed to a decrease in the ethene/1-hexene ratio during the time of polymerization, which has to be a consequence of increased ethene mass transfer resistance.
Several field studies of PCE/TCE-contaminated landfill sites and aquifers (61,66-70) have shown that, under specific conditions, PCE and TCE can be intrinsically biodegraded anaerobically to ethene by indigeneous methanogenic, acetogenic, and sulphate-reducing bacteria.
These, and other reactions producing styrene oligomers, toluene, benzene, ethene and acetylene, were observed to occur with regularity in all the simulations performed in this study.