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2. what can be broken down into smaller useful alkanes and alkenes

  • alkanes
  • alkenes
  • alkanes and alkenes
  • hydrocarbons

3. when the intermolecular forcers are short what happens?

  • sink to the bottom of the fractional distilation column
  • they are easily overcome
  • bond and create convalent bonds
  • gradualy break down

4. in a hydrocarbon there are?

  • strong covalent bonds and strong intermolecular forces
  • strong covalent bonds and weak intermolecular forces
  • ionic bonds and weak intermolecular forces
  • ionic bonds and strong intermolecular forces

5. hydrocarbon molecules can be described as what?

  • alkenes and halogens
  • alkanes and alkenes
  • alkanes and naptha
  • polymers and polypropanes

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