Heptane - longer the chain, higher the boiling point. Least amount of branches, higher the boiling point.
No, heptane is a liquid.
Heptane has not a pH.
There are nine possible isomers of heptane. Heptane = C7H16
Heptane is 5.79 ppg
Heptane is a covalent compound.
Sodium chloride is not soluble in heptane.
Heptane is a hydrocarbon. There are 7 Carbon atoms.
No, like most other hydrocarbons heptane is nonpolar.
No, heptane is a liquid at room temperature.
Heptane and hexane are two different compounds.
Heptane is soluble in hexane due to their nonpolar properties.
No, heptane, like other hydrocarbons is insoluble in water.
As heptane is lighter than water, it will float.
Heptane does not dissolve in water. It has extremely low solubility.
Heptane is a gas at 100 K.
A mixture of heptane and heptanol can be separated through fractional distillation. This is possible because of the elevated boiling point of heptanol compared to heptane.
The prefix 'hepta-' means seven, so there should be seven carbons in heptane. If this is n-heptane, there should also be 16 hydrogens.
No. CaCl2 is neither ans isomer, nor does it have isomers.
Ethanol has no structural isomer because of its short chain
What are the high and low heating values for heptane ((Btu/cu ft)
Yes. Heptane is an ideal recrystallization solvent for acetanilide.
Because heptane has a non-polar molecule it is not miscible with water.