If a molecule Y contains two -C=C- double bonds , then how many moles of H2 are required for complete hydrogenation of one mole of Y ?

Asked by manoj gokikar | 26th Feb, 2011, 02:57: AM

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This will require two moles of hydrogen.
 
RCH=CH2 + H2 → RCH2CH3
As, one double bond needs one mole of hydrogen molecule.
 
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Answered by  | 26th Feb, 2011, 10:25: AM

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