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Explanation:The IUPAC name of the simplest alkyne, HC≡CH, is thus ethyne, which is derived from ethane. Ethyne is more commonly known as acetylene ; it is an extremely important starting material in commercial chemical synthesis. The next simplest alkyne is propyne, CH 3C≡CH.
Ethyne is the IUPAC name of HC tripple bond HC
as it contains two carbons alongwith three bonds which represents it is alkyne and is named ethyne due to two carbons.
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Hence, A double bond has one sigma bond and one pi bond. A triple bond has one sigma bond and two pi bonds. CH2=C=CHCH3 There are six C-H single bonds and one C-C single bond ( all are sigma )
Acetylene: H-C≡C-H is the common ...
Two equivalents of HBr or HCl can add to an alkyne - both with Markovnikov regiochemistry. H and X usually have trans stereochemistry. Halogens can also add .
is the acid nature :
HC tripl bond CH is react with NaNH 2 disodium ethanide formed.
Explanation:There are 6 sigma bonds and 2 pie bonds
HC triple bond CH is reacted with
NaNH2 what is the formed product
total 7 bonds
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(a) is acetylene
(b)the long chain is mentioned in the the attachment, and the answer is,....
as there are 3 carbons it is 0+prop+ane+0+ol
(c)the 3rd question shud be CH3CHO, as the 1st carbon is having only 1 bond,..if 2 also the answer would be the same,..
as only 2 carbon
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the 1st formula is an exception,...
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HC triple bond CH...