[ ĕth′ə-lĭ-dēn′, ĕ-thĭl′ĭ- ]
The bivalent hydrocarbon radical C2H4 that is isomeric to the ethylene radical.
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Ethylenediamine forms a platinochloride almost insoluble in hot water, while the ethylidene salt is more easily soluble.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection|Alexander Wynter Blyth