Saturated hydrocarbon cannot bond with compounds anymore, where as unsaturated hydrocarbons can bond, as they contain double or triple bonds. When they bond, the double and triple bonds break and new separate single bonds are formed with hydrogens or any other external compounds.
Saturated hydrocarbon does not decolourise bromine water while unsaturated hydrocarbon decolourize it.
A saturated hydrocarbon contains only single bonds between all the carbon and hydrogen atoms. An unsaturated hydrocarbon contains at least one carbon to carbon double bond.
The difference is that a saturated hydrocarbon contains all single bonds: each carbon is surrounded by 4 hydrogens, and is thus "saturated." Meanwhile, unsaturated hydrocarbons do not contain all single bonds: they can have double bond(s) or even triple bonds. They are "unsaturated" since they do not have the maximum of 4 hydrogens around each carbon atom.
the difference is in the backbone... if the backbone is unsaturated then it is an unsaturated polyester, if the backbone is saturated then it is a saturated polyester...
Saturated hydrocarbons have only single bonds, unsaturated hydrocarbons have some double bonds.
A saturated hydrocarbon is one where all the carbon atoms are bonded to four other atoms. An unsaturated hydrocarbon is one where some of the carbon atoms aren't (an example being an alkene due to the carbon carbon double bond).
The major difference between saturated and unsaturated fats is in their bond composition. Saturated fasts has a single bond while unsaturated have several bonds between the carbon atoms.
Saturated hydrocarbon means that it does not have triple or double bonds between carbon atoms. An unsaturated hydrocarbon will have triple or double, or both types of bonds between carbons. You can saturate the unsaturated hydrocarbon by adding hydrogen atoms through a given reaction. -CH=CH- + H2 -----> -CH2-CH2- Saturation does not have to be with hydrogen, it can be with chlorine, Cl2, for example.
Saturated triglycerides have more hydrogen's than unsaturated triglycerides.
the difference between saturated and unsaturated compound is that it decolurize kmn and do addition reactions for example CH2=CH2 + br2__________ CH2Br_CH2Br
Saturated hydrocarbons only have single bonds in their chains. These are the alkanes. Unsaturated hydrocarbons have double or triple bonds in their chains. Chains with double bonds are alkenes, and chains with triple bonds are alkynes.
Saturated hydrocarbons have only single bonds.Unsaturated hydrocarbons have even a double bond.
The difference between saturated bonds and unsaturated bonds lies in the number of bonds between carbons. A fully saturated hydrocarbon chain has one bond between every carbon atom. If at any point in the chain of carbons there lies a double bond, it then unsaturated. Units of saturation can vary, but a double bond is one unit each and a triple bond is two units. The more double and triple bonds within a hydrocarbon chain the higher the level or degree of "un-saturation."
Saturated fatty acids have the distinction single bond structure between carbon atoms while unsaturated fatty acids have multiple bonds.
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Unsaturated fats have double or triple carbon bonds.
Once a solution is saturated no more solute can be dissolved in it, but an unsaturated solution is capable of dissolving more.
Unsaturated fatty acids have double bond or triple bonds, whereas saturated fatty acids do not.
Hmmm........... their is a primary difference between saturated and non saturated solution i.e the saturated solution has no more tendencey or capacity to dissolve some more solute while unsaturated solution can dissolve more solute to extent it become saturated.............Ajwa
The difference between saturated and unsaturated fats lies in the bond, because the shapes determine how the various fats act in the body.
Unsaturated fats have double or triple C-C bonds.
Saturated triglycerides have more hydrogens than unsaturated triglycerides
An unsaturated solutuion is any solution that can dissolve more solute at a given temperature