Is H3C-NH2 a hydrocarbon or functionalized hydrocarbon?
first you need to know that what is a hydrocarbon .A hydrocarbon is a covalent compound in which only carbon and hydrogen is present . Now you can see that in CH3-CH2OH a functional group OH i.e. alcohol. so you got your answer that H3C-CH2OH is a functionalized hydrocarbon.
Hydrocarbon is a compound. Unsaturated hydrocarbon refers to the hydrocarbon containing at the least, a double or triple bond. Acetic acid is an example of a hydrocarbon.
Hydrocarbon is not an element; each hydrocarbon has a chemical formula (not symbol).
Hydrocarbon is a carbon dioxide but is also call hydrocarbon
C6H6 is this a hydrocarbon
İs sugar a hydrocarbon?
hydrocarbon and carbon
A branched chain hydrocarbon is where the carbon atoms of a hydrocarbon branch off from each other. ie- not a straight chain hydrocarbon
No. A hydrocarbon compound needs hydrogen and carbon. That is why they are called hydrocarbon compounds.
No, it is not a hydrocarbon, while it is a fluorocarbon
yes it is a hydrocarbon
because methane is a hydrocarbon!
A substituted hydrocarbon created from a hydrocarbon chain is by replacing at least one hydrogen atom with an atom of another element.
CH3OH is an alcohol, not a hydrocarbon. It is known as methanol. It can be considered a derivative of the hydrocarbon methane.
A fluorinated hydrocarbon is a hydrocarbon in which one or more hydrogen atoms have been replaced with fluorine.
A Hydrocarbon is a compound of hydrogen and carbon
The formula for a hydrocarbon is CnH2n+2
Carbon and hydrogen are the elements in a hydrocarbon.
The lightest hydrocarbon is Methane CH4
Yes it is a saturated hydrocarbon: C2H6
of course ethene is a hydrocarbon C2H6....
the most simple hydrocarbon
No. Methane is a saturated hydrocarbon.
A hydrocarbon is not an acid or a base.
No. Hydrocarbon is a Primary pollutant.
This hydrocarbon is a straight chain hydrocarbon containing 8 carbons. The name is n-octane.
No, alcohol is not a hydrocarbon. As per definition hydrocarbon contain carbon and hydrogen ONLY. And alcohol contains oxygen.....
Saturated hydrocarbon does not decolourise bromine water while unsaturated hydrocarbon decolourize it.
Small hydrocarbon chains are less vicious!
DNA is not a hydrocarbon. It is a nucleic acid.
Yes, methane gas is a hydrocarbon.
CXHY is the general formula for a hydrocarbon.
An example of a solid hydrocarbon fuel is coal
This structure is different for each hydrocarbon.
Yes it is a hydrocarbon, called kerocene
kerosene is unsaturated hydrocarbon
Methanol is an alcohol, not a hydrocarbon.
Cyclohexene is unsaturated hydrocarbon.
Yes. CCl4 is the derivative of the hydrocarbon, CH4.
No. Methane (CH4) is the simplest hydrocarbon
A molecule that contains hydrogen and carbon, but no other elements is a hydrocarbon molecule. An example of a hydrocarbon molecule is methane, with the formula CH4
BC type Dry powder extinguisher is the hydrocarbon extinguisher since it is used for extinguishing hydrocarbon fires.
A hydrocarbon that is very viscous and not very flammable is made of a long chain hydrocarbon.
Yes, CH3CH3, ethane, is an example of a hydrocarbon.
Because they contain only Hydrogen and Carbon.
what is short chained hydrocarbon?
hydrocarbon+oxygen-> carbon dioxide + water
The hydrocarbon formula of the chemical ethane is C2H6.