Asked in Business & Finance
Business & Finance
Where to get bonded?
Can you be bonded after bankruptcy?
Asked in Elements and Compounds
What is the molecular shape of C3H4?
Think of this as H2C3H2 or HC3H3 As carbon is tetravalent and hydrogen is monovalent there must be either two hydrogens bonded to a carbon that is double bonded to another that is double bonded to the third which has the remaining hydrogens double bonded. Otherwise this must be a hydrogen bonded to a carbon that is triple bonded to another carbon which is single bonded to the third carbon which is bound to three hydrogens.
Asked in Hydrocarbons
What are the double and triple bonded hydrocarbons called?
Asked in Post Offices
Do you have to be bonded to work for the post office?
Asked in Labor and Employment Law, Jobs
What is the definition of being bonded for employment?
Asked in Chemistry
What molecule is propene?
Propene is a linear hydrocarbon containing 3 carbons and 6 hydrogens. Two of the carbons are double bonded. Starting at the double-bonded end, you have two hydrogen atoms bonded to the end carbon, then a single carbon double bonded to the first carbon and with a single hydrogen bonded to it, then the third carbon is singly bonded to the second with 3 hydrogen atoms bonded to it. Propene is also known as propylene or methyl ethylene.