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Butane has higher melting and boiling points.

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1-chloro butane 2-chloro butane 2-chloro 2-methyl propane i think that's it.


It is either n-butane or methyl propane (i.e. 'iso-butane' )


1, 1-chloro butane 2, 2-chloro butane 3, 1- chloro-2-methyl propane and 4, 2-chloro-2-methyl propane.


pentane 2-methyl butane 2,2-dimethyl propane


Butane C4H10 has 2 isomersbutane C-C-C-C (n-butane)2-methyl propane CH3)2-CH-CH3 (isobutane)



Butane, (CH3CH2CH2CH3) and methyl propane, (CH3CH(CH3)CH3). The old, non-IUPAAC name for the latter is Isobutane. Both, of course have the same empirical formula of C4H10.


There are two structural isomers approved by IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) 1.) n-butane (normal butane) is a straight chain 2.) iso-butane (or methyl-propane) is a chain of three with one carbon attached to the middle of the chain


There would be 3 C-C single bonds in 2-methyl propane.


All of the following are non cyclic alkanes with five carbon atoms: pentane, methyl butane, 2,2-dimethyl propane, and 2-ethyl propane. If cyclic alkanes are included, there are also cyclopentane, methyl cyclobutane, ethyl cyclopropane, and dimethyl cyclopropane.


C4H10 has 2 isomers: butane and isobutane (also called 2-methyl propane)


The intermolecular forces would be dispersion forces.


Because the only force holding methyl substituted butane together is a very weak dispersion force and it is not very heavy so it pretty much wants to be a gas.


Pentane C5H12 = CH3(CH2)3CH3 has 3 isomers:n-pentane,2-methyl butane,2,3-dimethyl propane


Propane and butane. Some methanethiol (methyl mercaptan) is also added, giving a characteristic putrid smell to easily detect leaks.


Methane + Chlorine = methyl chloride Methyl Chloride + Sodium + Propyl Chloride = Butane + Sodium Chloride (Wurtz Synthesis)


MTBE is composed of 75 percent butane.


The stucture of butane is different to methyl butans because the isoptopes that are latched on the neutrons. Many professionals believe it is because methyl contains differnt particles wich are ethan and methanol. This makes the structure unstable meaning it forms a different structure.


Yes, there are three isomers with the formula C5H12: Pentane: CH3CH2CH2CH2CH3, Isopentane (2-methyl butane): (CH3)2CHCH2CH3, and neopentane (2,2-dimethyl propane): (CH3)4C


reaction of 2-chloro.2-methyl propane with sodium metal


Butane is a four carbon chain. Methyl Butane is a four carbon chain, with an extra carbon attached (Five carbons total). Keep in mind IUPAC rules state the molecule should be named by the longest carbon chain. In methyl butane, the second or third carbon (It doesn't matter which carbon it gets added to, since both structures are identical) have an extra CH3.



A methyl group consists of CH3 a methylene group is CH2


A saturated hydrocarbon (alkane). This can mean hexane, methyl pentane, ethyl butane, dimethyl butane etc.


If a methyl group is on the first carbon, then you're just adding another carbon onto the longest chain. So if I have propane (3 single-bonded carbons) and I add a methyl group onto the end, I have 4 single bonded carbons in a row - which means I now have butane.



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