disilene

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di- +‎ silene

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disilene (plural disilenes)

  1. (chemistry) a molecule containing a silicon atom which forms a double bond to another silicon atom
  2. (inorganic chemistry) a silicon analog of alkenes containing at least one silicon-silicon double bond.
  3. (inorganic chemistry) a silicon analog of ethene, Si₂H₄ ( SiH₂=SiH₂ )

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