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Draw: para- cyclohexylpropylbenzene meta- cyclohexylphenylbenzene
Draw & Name Isomers of: C 6 H 10
Source & Properties of Hydrocarbon
Hydrocarbon Source Fossil Fuels Coal, oil, natural gas
Refining Petroleum Crude oil is refined by fractional distillation
Fractional Distillation Distilling crude oil into fractions based on BP
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Fractions Kerosene:C 12 - C 15 Fuel Oils:C 15 - C 18 Waxes:C 16 - C 24 Asphalt:> C 24
Properties Hydrocarbons are non-polar molecules All are flammable
Properties Hydrocarbons molecules are held together by intermolecular forces (dispersion forces)
Properties Intermolecular forces increase with size & size of electron clouds
Properties MP increases with size BP increases with size Flash point increases with size as with SA
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