anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you review alkanes alkenes and alkyned?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
*alkynes
anonymous
  • anonymous
*alkynes
anonymous
  • anonymous
Alkanes, Alkene, and Alkynes are hydrocarbons. Alkanes (CnH2n+2) are SP3 Hybridized and saturated. whereas, the other two are unsaturated with SP2 ( Alkenes) and SP (Alkynes) hybridized. DO you need any more infos on these compounds?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
What about their melting points in regards to IMF
anonymous
  • anonymous
What about their melting points in regards to IMF
anonymous
  • anonymous
We can't fully determine the boiling points of the whole class of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes. However, for the lighter hydrocarbons, comparing the boiling points, you get: Alkynes > Alkanes > Alkenes
anonymous
  • anonymous
It looks like as we increase branching, we’re increasing melting point and decreasing boiling point.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What about in terms of hydrogen bonding?
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What about in terms of hydrogen bonding?

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