Reactions of alkenes

In this lesson we will be comparing the combustion reactions of alkenes and alkanes and learning about the reactions of alkenes with halogens, hydrogen and water.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Which of these statements is correct for the process of fractional distillation?

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Q2.Which of the following crude oil fractions is the most viscous?

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Q3.Which of the following statements is true for alkanes?

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Q4.Where are the lowest temperatures in a fractionating column?

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Q5.Which of the following is the chemical formula for ethane?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Which of these statements is correct for the process of fractional distillation?

1/5

Q2.Which of the following crude oil fractions is the most viscous?

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Q3.Which of the following statements is true for alkanes?

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Q4.Where are the lowest temperatures in a fractionating column?

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Q5.Which of the following is the chemical formula for ethane?

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Reactions of alkenes

This quiz will test your understanding of alkenes. It will also contain some revision questions from previous lessons in this topic.

Q1.When drawing any hydrocarbon, the maximum number of covalent bonds that each carbon can have is:

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Q2.State the colour change observed when bromine water is added to an alkene.

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Q3.True or false: The image show the general formula of an alkene.

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Q4.True or false: Alkenes are examples of unsaturated molecules.

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Q5.During an addition reaction, which bonds break?

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Q6.True or false: Name the first 4 alkenes

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Q7.True or false: The functional group in an alkene is C-C.

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Q8.What is produced when an alkene reacts with water?

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Q9.During the incomplete of combustion, what products are always formed?

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Quiz:

Reactions of alkenes

This quiz will test your understanding of alkenes. It will also contain some revision questions from previous lessons in this topic.

Q1.When drawing any hydrocarbon, the maximum number of covalent bonds that each carbon can have is:

1/9

Q2.State the colour change observed when bromine water is added to an alkene.

2/9

Q3.True or false: The image show the general formula of an alkene.

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Q4.True or false: Alkenes are examples of unsaturated molecules.

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Q5.During an addition reaction, which bonds break?

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Q6.True or false: Name the first 4 alkenes

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Q7.True or false: The functional group in an alkene is C-C.

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Q8.What is produced when an alkene reacts with water?

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Q9.During the incomplete of combustion, what products are always formed?

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Lesson summary: Reactions of alkenes

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