Draw the structure of 3-ethyl-2-methylheptene.


Draw the structure of 3-ethyl-2-methylheptene.


Alkenes consist of a carbon chain with atleast one double bond between the carbon atoms. It is also known as olefin. Their reactivity is higher than alkanes and is generally formed by the dehydrogenation of alkane.

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  • Given molecule is 3-Ethyl-2-methylheptene

The alkene is heptene which means there is seven carbon chain. Also, at third and second position ethyl and...

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Learn about what an alkene is and explore the alkene formula and alkene examples. See examples of different types of alkene compounds and what alkenes are used for.

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