Benzene will not decolourise bromine water as it does not undergo addition reaction. It is highly saturated due to presence electron cloud above and below it.
The alkyne reacts with bromine removing it from the aqueous solution.
All alkenes decolourise bromine water.
Yes they do that. They are reacting together.
Actually no...ethane ( Alkane class in general ) decolourise bromine water due to the absence of the double bond ( C=C )...so ethene (alkenes in general ) will decolourise the bromine water..
it cant decolourise
It's because, bromine water, being a good oxidising agent oxidises SO2 to H2SO4.
Test both in bromine water. The unsaturated alkene will decolourise the bromine water.
Yes, just like the open chain alkenes.
Bromine reacts with the double / triple bonds giving typically a colourless compound. the bromine water therefore fades as the bromine reacts.
Bromine water is a dilute solution of bromine that is normally orange-brown in colour, but becomes colourless when shaken with an alkene. Alkenes can decolourise bromine water, while alkanes cannot.