No, C2H6 is an alkane.
C2H6, ethane, is a saturated hydrocarbon or alkane.
This is a combustion reaction for the alkane ethane: C2H6 + 3.5O2 ----------> 2CO2 + 3H2O 2C2H6+7O2-------------> 4CO2 + 6H2O
Ethene C2H4 plus Hydrogen H2 produces Ethane C2H6 C2H4 + H2 --> C2H6
An organic molecule An alkane A symmetric molecule
The general formula of linear alkanes is CnH2n+2; ethane, with the formula C2H6, is clearly a member of this family.
The saturated hydrocarbon form would have the following formula: C2H6 *numbers are superscript
Ethane is an alkane with the chemical formula C2H6. Ethanol is an alcohol with the chemical formula C2H5OH, corresponding to ethane.
CH3 is the empirical formula of C2H6; this molecule is an alkane commonly known as ethane.
Hexane when passed over a hot catalyst, produces Butane (an alkane) and Ethene (an alkene) Hexane --------> Butane + Ethene C6H14 ---------> C4H10 + C2H6
Large - think they're C25+ The alkane molecules which have small numbers of carbon are Methane (CH4) Ethane (C2H6) etc - they have lower boiling points and are more useful as fuels etc.
C2H6 is Ethane
C2H6 has 14
yes it is a alkane
Yes. It ethane (C2H6) is non-polar.
The compound C2H6 is Ethane -- a natural gas.
The molecular formula of ethane is C2H6
alkane is nonpolar
the fifth alkane is pentane
C2H6 ethane is completely non-polar.
Yes, ethane (C2H6) is an organic compound.