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Ethane Substitution and Alkane Combustion
« on: December 06, 2009, 12:32:10 PM »
Hello Everyone,
I wonder how Chlorine gas reacts with ethane or higher alkanes after the first substitution which hydrogen atom does it favor? May you give me a couple of examples ?

41,6 g Oxygen gas is required for the combustion of 11,6 g of alkane. Find the formula of the alkane.

How do you name Mg(OH)Cl and compounds like that? Thanks in advance for the responses. Great Forum BTW.

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