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    Which of the following is not an alkane or alkene?

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    Which of the following statements concerning alkanes is correct?



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    A molecule with more than one carbon chain is named after the

Alkanes quiz. AS level. How well do you know your alkanes?

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    What is a Haloalkane?

The Organic chemistry Nomenclature For Alkanes is a quiz on the naming criteria of the alkanes or rather paraffin. Alkanes are saturated hydrocarbons meaning, they have extra hydrogen units. Find out more below and all the...

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Alkane Questions & Answers


Which of the following is true about polyunsaturated fats?
1. They lack hydrogen atoms on their molecules.
What is isomerism?
It is when certain compounds have similar molecular but not structural formulas.
Which of the following is true about alkanes?
They are linked together exclusively by single bonds
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