An alkane is a hydrocarbon with only SINGLE bonds. An example would be Butane, C4H10.
No. An alkane is a compound of carbon and hydrogen. Carbon monoxide consists of carbon and oxygen.
methane ethane propane butane
it is an example of an alkane (with four carbon atoms)
It is an organic compound, a saturated hydrocarbon and an example of an alkane.
An alkane is the class of single bonded hydrocarbon molecules. An alkyl group is an alkane but is treated like a substituent. It is usually missing one hydrogen. An example: CH4 methane -CH3 methyl
the fifth alkane is pentane
An organic molecule An alkane A symmetric molecule
Methane is an alkane and has the formula CH4.
Octane is an alkane and has the formula C8H18.
ethanoic acid is a alkane
Alkane molecules are nonpolar.
I'm pretty sure it is an Alkane.
Methane is an alkane. It has no double bonds which alkenes do have.
No. The alkane would be C14H30 It's an alkene.
No, there are many alkanes; methane is the simplest alkane.
Yes, if the alkane is cyclic and the alkene is not.
Yes, ethane is the only 2-carbon alkane.
When an alkane is cracked, alkenes and shorter alkanes are produced.
2-ethylhexane is an alkane
No. Octane is an alkane but it has eight carbons.
Branched chained alkane
The pharmaceutical use of alkane is often used in general anesthesia. Alkane is a compound of halothane which is a general anesthetic agent.
The generic formula for a non cyclic alkane is CxH(2x + 2).
No , it does not. Alkane react with ozone . Gil Tenne