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    Organic Chemistry Problem - Alkanes

    The product of ethane undergoing dehydrogenation is called: A) propene B) methene C) ethene D) propane E) none of the above I have eliminated A, B, and D. I feel like it could be C. ethene because removing hydrogens would induce the carbons to form a double bond, but I don't know if that is a...
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    Identifying Alkenes

    I am stuck on this question. Identifying Alkenes with Isomers It is supposed to be 3,4-diethyl-2,5-dimethyl-3-hexene but I dont see it. where does it start and where does it end? can someone please explain how this is supposed to be looked at. I thought it was...
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    QUICK HELP APPRECIATED! Numbering hydrocarbon branches

    Hi! I've been given the alkane "3-ethyl-4-propylheptane". I found nothing wrong in the name, however, the 4-prefix (before propyl) is unnecessary since if the propyl would be sitting on ANY other carbon, the longest carbon chain would change and it would no longer be a heptane. My question is...