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ethene

See ethylene.

ethene

see ETHYLENE.

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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.
For thermal pyrolysis of C4 hydrocarbons, the yields of hydrogen, methane, ethane, propane, ethene and propene increase with increasing reaction temperature, and that of liquid plus coke decreases.
Ethane and ethene production during photodynamic lipidperoxidation of [alpha]-linolenic acid and ratio of ethane and ethene.
2), which is expected to yield [beta]-scission stable EP radicals, because of its high ethene content along with its origin from a vanadium catalysis polymerization process.
Reductive dechlorination of high concentrations of tetrachloroethene to ethene by an anaerobic enrichment culture in the absence of methanogenesis.
A coccoid bacterium has been isolated (provisionally named Dehalococcoides ethenogenes strain 195) that, together with extracts from mixed microbial cultures, can dechlorinate PCE to form cis-DCE and remove other chlorine atoms to form vinyl chloride and finally ethene (77).
The chlororespiratory pathway is promising in that it can lead to efficient dechlorination to ethene and achieve complete detoxification (He et al.
This broad range of organisms capable of chlororespiration is encouraging for posttreatment bioremediation; however, most of these organisms are incapable of complete dechlorination of chloroethenes to ethene (Loffler et al.
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.
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.
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.