yes it is alkane
alkanes are from underground
Alkanes are saturated hydrocabons.
Alkanes can be described as saturated.
alkanes are used by drawing a lampost
yes all alkanes are saturated
pentane and other alkanes above it
Alkanes are easily oxidised and burning of alkanes are generally exothermic. The heat energy is used in fuel.
No, Shorter chain alkanes are more flammable
Alkanes only have single bonds.
Alkanes have the general formula CnH2n+2.
The disadvantages of alkanes is that they are less reactive than acids.
No. Alkanes are molecular substances that do not regularly ionize.
No. alkanes contain only hydrogen and carbon.
Alkanes are, 1- good fuel, 2-higer alkanes are good lubricants, 3- they are antiseptic for external use.
Both alkanes and haloalkanes are not electrically conductive.
Alkanes alkanes and alkynes
Branched chain alkanes, like petrol, reduce engine knock
No, bromine will only add to alkenes, so NO addition reaction to alkanes. Subtitution on alkanes is not possible at standard conditions
Alkanes and alkenes are hydrocarbons (contain carbon and hydrogen) only. Alcohols have -OH functional group which are not there in alkanes or alkenes.
Alkanes with a carbon chain of 5 up to 17 are liquids. So the set of liquid alkanes begins with pentane, C5H12.
yes, natural gas is a mixture of alkanes, but mainly methan.
As we go up the homologous series, the viscosity of alkanes INCREASES
The only elements found in pure alkanes are carbon and hydrogen.
Alkanes have single bonds while Alkenes have double bonds. CnH2n+2 is the general formula for alkanes. CnH2n is the general formula for alkenes.
The two main sources of alkanes are crude oil and natural gas.