In propane, the number of Carbon-Carbon single bond is/are_________

Answer:

Propane (C3H8) is a chain of carbon atoms containing two Carbon-Carbon single bonds.

Propane (C3H8)

  • Propane is also known by the names n-Propane, Dimethyl methane, and Propyl Hydride.
  • It’s a molecular gas that serves as a food propellant.
  • The colourless gas n-propane has a slight petroleum-like odour.
  • Ethyl ether, chloroform, water, and benzene are all soluble in it.
  • It is usually produced as a by product of two other processes: petroleum refining and natural gas processing.
  • It is commonly used as a source of energy.

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