Ch3 ch2 cl
Asked by maibamjohnny89 | 15th Jan, 2022, 09:38: PM
It is having 2 carbons in this compound so it is chloro ethane. It is commonly known as ethyl chloride. It is colorless, flammable gas or refigerated liquid with sweet smell.
Answered by Ravi | 18th Jan, 2022, 11:21: AM
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