The formula for a hydrocarbon is CnH2n+2
CXHY is the general formula for a hydrocarbon.
The diesel hydrocarbon formula is C12H23. It is also stated that the diesel hydrocarbon formula can go anywhere from the formulas C10H20 all the way to C15H28.
The hydrocarbon formula of the chemical ethane is C2H6.
The hydrocarbon ethene has a chemical formula of C2H4.
The hydrocarbon ethanol has a chemical formula of CH3CH2OH.
The chemical hydrocarbon formula of propene is C3H6.
Yes. CH4 is the formula for methane. The simplest of all hydrocarbons.
Hydrocarbon is not an element; each hydrocarbon has a chemical formula (not symbol).
the formula be for a saturated hydrocarbon with 8 carbons is C8H18.
Formula: CaHbWhere a and b are natural numbers
The empirical formula of a hydrocarbon is the simplest ratio of carbon and hydrogen atoms present in a molecule. For instance, ethane - C2H6 - is the molecular formula, but CH3 is its empirical formula.
A molecule that contains hydrogen and carbon, but no other elements is a hydrocarbon molecule. An example of a hydrocarbon molecule is methane, with the formula CH4
Assuming the hydrocarbon is saturated the formula would be C21H44 In a saturated hydrocarbon the number of hydrogen atoms is equal to twice the number of carbon atoms, plus two.
No, it is a hydrocarbon with the formula CH4
It is a hydrocarbon with the formula, C4H10
There are three different structural isomers for a hydrocarbon with the formula c5h12. They are pentane, isopentane, and neopentane.
CH4 is methane and a chemical formula and also an empirical formula.
CH3CH2CH2CH3 or C4H10 is an alkane. All alkanes have the general formula CnH2n+2.