or vi·nyl·i·dene rad·i·cal
[ vahy-nil-i-deen groop or vahy-nil-i-deen rad-i-kuh l ]
/ vaɪˈnɪl ɪˌdin ˌgrup or vaɪˈnɪl ɪˌdin ˌræd ɪ kəl /
the bivalent group C2H2, derived from ethylene.
Why Are Singing Groups Called “Glee Clubs”?These infamously chipper singing groups are called glee because the melding of voices makes everyone happy, right? Actually, joy has little to do with it.
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