What is the difference between Hexene and Cyclohexane?

The difference between hexene and cyclohexane

is that "hexene" is any of several isomers of the alkene having six carbon atoms and one double bond and "cyclohexane" is an alicyclic hydrocarbon, C6H12, consisting of a ring of six carbon atoms; a volatile liquid.

hexene

cyclohexane

Noun

  • (organic chemistry) Any of several isomers of the alkene having six carbon atoms and one double bond

Noun

  • (organic chemistry) An alicyclic hydrocarbon, C6H12, consisting of a ring of six carbon atoms; a volatile liquid.