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(A)What is the Special Feature of the Structure of : (I) C2h4 (Ii) C2h2 (B) What Type of Reaction is Common to Both These Compounds? Why Methane Does Not Undergo this Type of Reaction. - Chemistry

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ConceptStructure of Compounds with Single, Double and Triple Bonds

Question

What is the special feature of the structure of (i) ethane (ii) ethyne

Solution

i. H2C = CH2 (Ethane)

In the above structure, both carbons are bonded with double bonds.

ii. HC ≡ CH (Ethyne)

In the above structure, both carbons are bonded with triple bonds.

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Chapter 12: Organic Chemistry
Exercise - 12A | Q: 8.1 | Page no. 196
Solution (A)What is the Special Feature of the Structure of : (I) C2h4 (Ii) C2h2 (B) What Type of Reaction is Common to Both These Compounds? Why Methane Does Not Undergo this Type of Reaction. Concept: Structure of Compounds with Single, Double and Triple Bonds.
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