C2H6

The carbon atom compound which follows the general formula of alkanes C2H6 will be Ethane.

  • Ethane is a hydrocarbon molecule, an odourless gas at room temperature.
  • Two carbon atoms, each carrying four valence electrons, come together to share a pair of electrons in ethane.
  • It is used in many industries and more widely used in ethylene production.
  • There is significantly less difference in the electronegativities of Hydrogen and Carbon forming bonds in this structure.
  • For ethane, carbon forms a double bond with the other carbon, and each carbon has three hydrogen atoms attached to it.
  • It is the second most abundant natural gas component.

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