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This question pertains to organic chemistry 1. How do I know how stable an alkene is?


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Alkenes are a class of hydrocarbons. The carbon-carbon double bond is called as alkenes and it is also called as olefins.


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Structure of alkene н Н

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Stability of alkene:

Stability of alkene depends on the following aspects,

The smallest heat hydrogenation of alkene is more stable. The number of hydrogens bonded to its carbons decrea...


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