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What's the difference between cracking and pyrolysis? (in organic chemistry).

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    Pyrolysis : The decomposition of a compound on heating in absence of air is known as pyrolysis. cracking: is the breakdown of large organic compounds by use of a catalyst and low temperature to form fewer different compounds

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    OH. I geddit! Thanks :)

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