What is 'catenatation'?
Asked by Lalithaong | 25th Nov, 2018, 11:09: PM
Catenation is the property by which a long chain of the compound is formed as a result of the formation of the covalent bond.
This property is mostly seen in case of C atom that has resulted in the formation of a large number of the organic compound.
This property is also seen in the case of other atoms such as S, Ge, Si etc.
Answered by Ramandeep | 26th Nov, 2018, 09:39: AM
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