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3-Methylenecyclopropene is a hydrocarbon with chemical formula C4H4. It is a colourless gas that polymerizes readily as a liquid or in solution but is stable as a gas. It is an example of a cross-conjugated alkene.
- W. E. Billups , Long Jin Lin , Edward W. Casserly "Synthesis of Methylenecyclopropene" J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1984, volume 106, pp 3698–3699. doi:10.1021/ja00324a064
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