propadiene

propadiene

[‚präp·ə′dī‚ēn]
(organic chemistry)
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1,3 Butadiene, Total acetylene, Propadiene, c5 Hydrocarbons, Butadiene Dimer, TBC, Total Carbonyl Acetaldehyde, Peroxide as H2O2, Total Sulphur as S, Moisture 9 (by KFR), Acetonitrile, Non Volatile matters, Sulphur, and Oxygen in Vapours.
MAPP gas is a blend of liquefied petroleum and methylacetylene propadiene and burns much hotter than propane.
Common chemicals included on the list that have turned up in early reports by a variety of industries include ammonia, propane, chlorine, nitric acid, acetylene and MAP gas (propyne and propadiene).