They are highly reactive compounds.
They are unsaturated hydrocarbons
Their melting and boiling points decrease down the group
They are linked together exclusively by single bonds
It is when certain compounds have similar molecular but not structural formulas.
It is when compounds contain the same elements of different isotypes.
It is when compounds are isolated in their physical states.
It is when the atoms of a compound are arranged in a haphazard manner.
Similar structural formula
Similar chemical properties
Similar melting and boiling points
Have a general formula for the series
Similar molecular sizes
It involves heat, great pressure and the presence of a catalyst.
It is the process of breaking down a large molecule into smaller molecules.
It is a free radical reaction
They have a higher melting point relative to polysaturated fats.
They lack hydrogen atoms on their molecules.
They contain only carbon-carbon single bonds.
They are present in oil from lard.
The carbon atom on the compound from which a branch will occur.
The number of carbon atoms that will branch out from the compound.
The number of carbon atoms in total in the compound.
The number of compounds of MethylButane.