How to Pronounce Orthoxylene?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Orthoxylene" is [ɔːθˈɒksɪlˌiːn], [ɔːθˈɒksɪlˌiːn], [ɔː_θ_ˈɒ_k_s_ɪ_l_ˌiː_n].

What are the misspellings for Orthoxylene?

  • irthoxylene,
  • krthoxylene,
  • lrthoxylene,
  • prthoxylene,
  • 0rthoxylene,
  • 9rthoxylene,
  • oethoxylene,
  • odthoxylene,
  • ofthoxylene,
  • otthoxylene,
  • o5thoxylene,
  • o4thoxylene,
  • orthxylene,
  • orthoxylen,
  • orhtoxylene,
  • orthoxlyene,
  • Orthoxilene,
  • Orthoxlylene,
  • Orthoxlyne,
  • Orthoxylyene

"Orthoxylene" in context

Orthoxylene is a type of aromatic hydrocarbon commonly found in the environment and which is used in many industrial processes. It is an organic compound with the molecular formula C8H10, consisting of two benzene rings connected by a single methylene group (CH2). The chemical structure of orthoxylene is similar to that of xylene isomers, both of which contain the same molecular formula, but differ in the arrangement of their molecular groups. Othoxylene is colourless and has a musty, sweet odour.

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