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benzyne


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A highly reactive short-lived compound, C6H4, having a hexagonal ring of carbon atoms containing two double bonds and one triple bond. Benzyne, which is the simplest example of an aryne, is thought to be an intermediate in a number of reactions.

Benzyne

Subjects: Chemistry.


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