alkadiene


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al·ka·di·ene

(al-kă-dī'ēn), Avoid the mispronunciation al'ka-dēn.
An acyclic hydrocarbon (alkane) containing two carbon-carbon double bonds.
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In this study, when the monomer mixture was added into the screw, part of the alkadiene monomers would gasify because the barrel temperature (40[degrees]C) was higher than the boiling point of isoprene (34.
Addition of a "randomizer," such as THF or TMEDA, would balance the ratio of styrene and alkadiene.