Combustion of ethene produces carbon dioxide and water.
Ethene plus oxygen (in excess) burns to give: Carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O)
Hydrgen and carbon H4C2
The flame goes green and lots of smoke it let off
how burns happens
it goes from a browny orange to colourless
CH=CH2 | // \ | \\ / This is phenyl ethene not the benzyl ethene , benzyl ethene is a false term.
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it burns i think
The formula for ethene is C2H4.
of course ethene is a hydrocarbon C2H6....
The solution will turn the orange bromine water into a colourless solution
Ethene (a.k.a. ethylene) is C2H4
Ethene and steam make ethanol
Yes, ethene is an organic molecule.
yes ethene ---> C2H4 is non-polar
formula for ethane is C2H6 and for Ethene is C2H4
The chemical formula for ethene (an alkene) is C2H4.
Covalent, ethene has a double bond, C2H4
Ethene is a plant homone that makes fruit ripen
Ethene is usually called ethylene.
No I Cannot.