Credit: JON BAUGH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Animation of a molecule of acetylene (ethyne). This is the simplest alkyne, a molecule with a carbon-carbon triple bond. Acetylene burns vigorously in oxygen, producing one of the hottest flames of any fuel gas. This has led to its widespread use in welding. it is also used industrially in the manufacture of plastics.

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Acetylene molecule

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