C1 - Hydrocarbons (Alkenes)

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How are single covalent bonds formed?
When two atoms share a pair of electrons.
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What is a double bond?
When two atoms share two pairs of electrons.
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A hydrogen atom needs _ electrons in its outer shell
2
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A carbon atom needs _ electrons in its outer shell...
8
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What makes an Alkene an Alkene?
They have a C=C double bond.
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What is an unsaturated compound?
A compound that has at least one double covalent bond.
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Give examples of alkenes...
ethENE, propENE, butENE.
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What happens when alkenes react with bromine water?
Bromine water decolourises.
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What is a double bond?

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When two atoms share two pairs of electrons.

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A carbon atom needs _ electrons in its outer shell...

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What makes an Alkene an Alkene?

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