What is the most common reaction of alkenes

The most common chemical reaction undergone by alkenes is the addition reaction. This reaction involves the transformation of a carbon-carbon double bond into a single bond via the addition of other functional groups. It can be noted that several organic and inorganic reagents can be used to trigger these reactions and add suitable functional groups on either side of the carbon-carbon double bond. 

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