For example pentane can react with chlorine.
Carbon. Pentane is an organic compound which has a chain of 5 carbons with 12 Hydrogens connected to it. Pentane -- C5H12
Burning pentane, C5H12, is a combustion reaction in which pentane and oxygen will react to form carbon dioxide and water. The chemical equation is C5H12 + 8O2 --> 5CO2 + 6H2O
No Bromine water is used as a test for doube/triple bonds. Pentane is an alkane C5H12 and has no double or tripe bonds!
The answer is 0,8 moles oxygen.
The IUPAC name for pentane is pentane. Pentane is a saturated chain of five carbon (C) atoms with the formula C5H12. Specifically, using the IUPAC name, pentane refers to the n-pentane isomer.
The name for C5H12 pentane
Pentane is the name in the IUPAC system
Pentane has covalent bonds.
Pentane is an alkane; its formula is C5H12.
As pentane is boiled, the intermolecular bonds between molecules of pentane are broken. This makes pentane molecules free to move as they please and expand to fill any volume.
Pentane does NOT dissolve in water. Pentane (C5H12) is composed of nonpolar bonds. Since water is composed of polar covalent bonds, the pentane will not dissolve in water
No, pentane, like other alkanes is nonpolar.
n-Pentane would be C5H12.
Pentane 2 methylbutane dimethylpropane
The chemical formula for pentane is C5H12.
There are 3: Pentane, methylbutane and dimethylpropane
There are actually 9: Heptane, 2-methyl hexane, 3-methyl hexane, 2,3-dimethyl pentane, 2,4-dimethyl pentane, 3,3-dimethyl pentane, 2,2-dimethyl pentane, 2,2,3-trimethyl butane, 3-ethyl pentane
Pentane 1,5 diol pentane 1,4 diol pentane 2,4 diol pentane 2,3 diol Neopentyl glycol
ethyl alcohol DOES NOT dissolve in pentane
Cyclopentane and pentane both have five carbons.
5 (hence the pent in pentane)
pentane can't form hydrogen bonds
Molecular mass of pentane is 72 u.
No. Pentane is a hydrocarbon and therefore nonpolar.