ethyne

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noun eth·yne \ˈe-ˌthīn, e-ˈthīn\

Definition of ethyne

Origin and Etymology of ethyne

alteration of ethine, from ethyl + 2-ine


First Known Use: 1855


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ethyne

noun eth·yne
variants: also

ethine

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