Why does an unsaturated hydrocarbon gives sooty flame ?
Asked by | 18th Mar, 2008, 10:45: PM
during combustion unsaturated hydrocarbons having the higher amount of C r not fully oxidised in an insufficient supply of O2 ie H2 + O2 → H2O, bt sm C is not oxidised n deposit as soot bt if there is an excess of O2 THEN EVEN C is oxidised as C+O2→CO2 giving no sooty flame
Answered by | 21st Dec, 2017, 01:00: PM
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