KMnO4 will add across the double bond of alkenes (or alkynes) resulting in the docolouring of KMnO4 but not an alkane such as ethane.
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..
This is a question that cannot be answered as it stands. You need to know the pressure under which the ethane is, and the state it is in.
Alkanes do not react with water. Alkenes however can form alcohols. Ethene + water (with catalyst)----> Ethanol C2H4(g) + H2O(g) ---> C2H5OH (l)
Ethane has no structural isomers and hence there is no n-ethane and iso-ethane.
what are the advantages of ethane?
in first step prepare ethane to chloro ethane fallowed by wurtz reaction. chloro ethane can be prepared free radical reaction btw ethane and chlorine
Your question is about the properties of both 'ethane and ethane', Ethane is a colorless odorless gas that is used as a refrigerant and a fuel. It is a byproduct of the refining process and is isolated from natural gas.
Ethane is an allotrop of carbon.
Ethane is insoluble in water.
physical properties of ethane
Ethane is a nonconductive compound.
preparation methane from ethane
yes ethane is poisonus it will kill you
Ethane is a saturated hydrocarbon with the formula, C2H6
Ethane is composed of carbon and hydrogen.
convert ethyne into ethane
mol. mass of ethane = 2x12.01+ 6x1.008= 30.01g/mol # of mole in 0.334 of ethane= 0.334/30.01= 0.01mol
There is a total of 8 atoms in Ethane.
The Chemical Formula for Ethane is C2H6.
No, like other hydrocarbons ethane is nonpolar.
The molecular formula of ethane is C2H6
Ethane is an alkane with the chemical formula C2H6. Ethanol is an alcohol with the chemical formula C2H5OH, corresponding to ethane.
Ethane is the accepted IUPAC name for CH3CH3.