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Basics Naming Formations and Conditions Bonus
100
CnH2n+2
What is the alkane general formula?
100
Ethane
What is C2H6?
100
Carbon dioxide and water.
What is formed when an alkane undergoes complete combustion?
500
A toxin which bind to haemoglobin preventing oxygen to attach to blood cells.
What is carbon monoxide?
200
Single Carbon Bonds
What kinda of bonds are found in alkanes?
200
Octane
What is C8H18?
200
Alkanes in excess oxygen/ Alkanes in limited oxygen
What condition do alkanes produce carbon dioxide and water vapor? What condition do alkanes produce carbon monoxied and water vapor?
500
Group 7. Cl, Br, Fl.
What group are halogens? Give 2 examples.
300
Strong sources of energy
What kind of energy source do alkanes react to?
300
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Draw 2-methyl-butane
300
Initiation, Propagation, Termination
Name the three steps for Halogenation.
500
As the molecular mass increases, so does the boiling point.
What is the trend in boiling points for straight chain alkanes?
400
Combustion and Substitution
What two reactions can alkanes have?
400
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Draw 2-methyl-propane
400
Ultraviolet light
What conditions are necessary for halogenation?
500
Fuel, they burn and release significant amounts of energy (high exothermic)
What is a significant use for alkanes and why?
500
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Draw 1, di-chloro-propane
500
Alkane + Halogen
Halogen
Hydrogen Halide
Alkyl halide
Alkane
What 3 out of the 5 possible products of halogenation?




Alkanes

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