perform gattermann kochs reaction on benzene. you will get an aldehyde. on the obtained aldehyde use tollens reagent. you will get a silvery white ppt. on performing gatterman kochs reaction on cyclohexane , this will yield no reaction. hence this is how you differentiate between benzene and cyclohexane
Cyclohexane is C6H12 and benzene is C6H6.
Cyclohexane can be converted into benzene by catalytic dehydrogenation in the presence of oxides of D block for ex V2O5, Cr2O3 etc. Cyclohexane when heated at 6000C in presence of Al2O3-Cr2O3 gives benzene.
Benzene and cyclohexane have a similar shape, they both have similar number of carbon atoms. They are both colorless liquid.
It produces Cyclohexane.
No, benzene is planar but cycloheaxane is not truly so. It is found in a "chair" or "boat" conformation.
First of all a cycloalkene could be many things, such as, cyclopentane, cyclohexane or like. If you mean the difference between cyclohexene and benzene, then there is the double bound, 3 of a kind in a benzene molecule.
Generally organic compounds are very volatile.Examples are: acetone, benzene, ethanol, cyclohexane etc.
Examples: ethanol, methanol, benzene, cyclohexane, toluene, etc.
Petrochemicals are substances extracted from petrol.Examples are: benzene, ethylene, toluene, propylene, butadiene, cyclohexane and hundred others.