Hexene (a.k.a. Hexenes) refers to a group of alkene isomers with molecular formula C6H12. The most important Hexene is 1-Hexene, which is largely employed as a comonomer in the production of polymers. 1-Hexene is a clear colorless liquid with a petroleum like odor, soluble in most organic solvents but insoluble in water. Hexenes, excluding 1-Hexene, are produced from the dehydration of their respective hexanol. Obtained mainly by wax cracking in the past, currently, 1-Hexene is most commonly manufactured via ethylene oligomerization.
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