WHY ALKENES ARE ALSO CALLED OLAFFINS?
Asked by amitmeena094 | 6th Mar, 2015, 10:26: PM
Alkenes on treating with chlorine gas forms a oily liquid. Since they form oily liquids they are also called olefins
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 8th Mar, 2015, 02:43: PM
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- What types of isomerism is shown by alkenes?
- Why do alkenes show geometrical isomerism? Explain with examples.
- Give three methods for preparation of alkenes.
- What is E/Z isomerism?
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