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2016-02-13T22:44:38+05:30
Propane is a single bond carbon compound. An Albany goes under addition reaction and produce an alkene and water
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2016-02-13T23:19:26+05:30
Propene is an alkene, i.e it contains a double bond. This double bond is weak, hence upon external interference it will easily break. That's why when propene reacts with something, say bromine, this double bond breaks and the bromine atoms get 'added' to the unsaturated propene compound (forming a dibromide).
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