Alkanes have no double or triple bonds, alkenes have one or more double bonds and alkynes have one or more triple bonds. Alkanes, alkenes and alkynes are all types of hydrocarbons. More »

Alkanes are hydrocarbons with single covalent bonds between the carbon atoms, while alkenes are hydrocarbons with one or more double covalent bonds between the carbon atoms. Hydrocarbons are either aliphatic or aromatic.... More »

Alkanes are a class of organic chemicals that all have single bonds between carbon atoms, alkenes are organic compounds with at least one double bond between a pair of carbon atoms and alkynes feature at least one triple... More »

Alkanes are a class of organic chemicals that all have single bonds between carbon atoms, alkenes are organic compounds with at least one double bond between a pair of carbon atoms and alkynes feature at least one triple... More »

In a reaction with KMnO4, alkenes undergo an oxidation reaction. KMnO4 is the chemical formula for potassium permanganate, with K representing the element potassium, Mn representing the element manganese and O representi... More »

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According to the Helsinki website, the infrared spectrum of isopentyl acetate contains one ester peak in the 1735–1745 cm -1 range, hydrocarbon bonds just below 3000 cm -1, and carboxyl and carbonyl C-O bonds between 105... More »

Hydrogen bonds between water molecules are broken as water vaporizes, allowing individual water molecules to separate from one another. It requires a substantial amount of energy to break these bonds, giving water a much... More »