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An '''alkyne''' is a hydrocarbon group that contains at least one triple bond between carbon atoms.  A common alkyne is ''acetylene'' (C<sub>2</sub>H<sub>2</sub>).  The alkyne group is often referred to as the ''acetylene group''.
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An '''alkyne''' is a [[hydrocarbon]] group that contains at least one triple [[bond]] between [[carbon]] [[atom]]s.  A common alkyne is ''acetylene'' (C<sub>2</sub>H<sub>2</sub>).  The alkyne group is often referred to as the ''acetylene group''.
 
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An alkyne is a hydrocarbon group that contains at least one triple bond between carbon atoms. A common alkyne is acetylene (C2H2). The alkyne group is often referred to as the acetylene group. Template:Stub