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2016-03-03T20:06:14+05:30
 For a given number of carbon atoms, an unbranched alkane has a higher boiling point than any of its branched-chain isomers. This effect is evident upon comparing the boiling points (bp) of selected C 818 isomers.

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2016-03-03T20:16:55+05:30
Substances consisting entirely of single-bonded carbon and hydrogen atoms and lacking functional groups are called alkanes. There are three basic types of structures that classify the alkanes:

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linear straight-chain alkanes
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branched alkanes
3.cycloalkanes

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