isobutane

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Structure of isobutane

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iso- +‎ butane. From being an isomer of butane, different from n-butane ('normal' butane)

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isobutane (plural isobutanes)

  1. (organic chemistry) A hydrocarbon, a particular isomer of C4H10 found in natural gas.

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Ball-and-stick model of isobutane, complete with hydrogens

Etymology[edit]

iso- +‎ butane

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Noun[edit]

isobutane m (plural isobutanes)

  1. isobutane

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