C1 - Hydrocarbons (Alkanes)

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What atoms do hydrocarbons contain?
Hydrogen and Carbon.
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Give examples of everyday hydrocarbons...
Fuels (petrol & diesel)
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What do covalent bonds do?
Hold atoms in a molecule together.
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What makes an alkane a alkane?
They all have C-C SINGLE bonds.
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Give some examples of alkenes?
methAne, ethAne, propAne, butAne.
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Alkanes are saturated compounds, what does this mean?
They contain only SINGLE COVALENT BONDS between their carbon atoms.
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How do you tell the difference between an alkane and alkene?
An alkane WONT decolourise the bromine water when mixed.
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Alkanes won't form polymers. True/False?
True.
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