cyclodehydrogenation etymology

English word cyclodehydrogenation comes from English dehydrogenation, English cyclo-

Detailed word origin of cyclodehydrogenation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
dehydrogenation English (eng) (chemistry) Any reaction or process in which hydrogen is removed from a substance, especially the production of unsaturated organic compounds from saturated ones.
cyclo- English (eng) (chemistry) a cyclic compound. (meteorology) cyclone. Circle. Cycle.
cyclodehydrogenation English (eng) (organic chemistry) Any reaction in which cyclization is accompanied by dehydrogenation.

Words with the same origin as cyclodehydrogenation

Descendants of cyclo-
bombogenesis cycloalkene cycloallyl cyclocondensation cyclogenesis cyclohexaphane cyclohexylallene cyclohexylbenzene cycloid cyclolysis cyclomaltodextrin cyclomaltohexaose cyclomancy cyclometallation cyclonaphthylene cyclopentapeptide cyclopolymerization cyclopyrrolone cyclostratigraphy cyclotorsion cyclotron hexamethylcyclotrisiloxane methylenecyclopropane tetracyclo