Acetylene (a.k.a. Ethyne), the simplest hydrocarbon with a triple bond, is an unstable, highly reactive hydrocarbon. This chemical, also known as ethyne, was the most important building block of industrial organic chemistry in the past, but lost its position to ethylene and other olefins with the rise of the oil industry. However, it is still a very important commercial compound. Nowadays, it is primarily used in the processing of metals and in chemical manufacture.
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