Alkanes and Alkenes

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Differences between Alkanes and Alkenes

Alkanes have single bonds, are unreactive and have saturated hydrocarbons.

The general formula to work out how many hydrogens there are in an alkane( given the number of carbons) is:

CnH2n+2

You would have to double

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Staarh

thanx this really helped coz i dint know how to do that formula thing :)

Azzie

ur welcome :) 

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