In methane, the valency of carbon is:

In methane, the valency of carbon is 4.

Explanation

  • Methane is the simplest of the saturated hydrocarbons with the chemical formula CH4.
  • It consists of four hydrogen atoms and one carbon atom and is the simplest alkane.
  • The valency of an element is defined as the measure of its combining capacity with other atoms when it forms chemical compounds or molecules.
  • Methane is formed by the combination of 4 hydrogen atoms and 1 carbon atom, hence the valency of carbon is 4.

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