give the IUPAC name of ch2 is equal to Ch 2
Asked by surekhas66675 | 2nd Sep, 2021, 05:17: PM
IUPAC name of CH2 =CH2 .
2 carbons are present so root word is Eth.
Double bond is present between two cartbons so suffix is 'ene'.
So, IUPAC name of the compound will be- Ethene.
Answered by Ravi | 2nd Sep, 2021, 07:54: PM
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