monosubstituted alkene

monosubstituted alkene

[‚män·ō¦səb·stə‚tüd·əd ′al·kēn]
(organic chemistry)
An alkene with the general formula RHC=CH2, where R is any organic group; only one carbon atom is bonded directly to one of the carbons of the carbon-to-carbon double bond.
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(1996) Zirconium catalyzed enantioselective alkylalumination of monosubstituted alkenes proceeding via noncyclic mechanism.