What is Alkanols?


an alcohol. an alcohol belonging to the alkanol homologous series that is made up of Carbon atoms Hydrogen and Oxygen atoms. the general molecular formula is C. n. H. 2n+1. O H.
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The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, or IUPAC sets the world's standards for correct naming and identification of chemical compounds as well as identification of
al·co·hol (lk-hôl, -hl) n. 1. A colorless volatile flammable liquid, C2H5OH, synthesized or obtained by fermentation of sugars and starches and widely used, either
because the ethanol has H-bonding which is the strongest IMFA which hold the ethanol together thus it needed greater amount of energy to be converted to vapor phase. on the other
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The dehydration of alcohol (tertiary alkanol) and a secondary alkanol or alcohol can lead to grouping of alkene structural isomers. Dehydration of alcohols (alkanols ...
Disecondary is an aromatic diol with alkanols that is formed from acid catalysed reactions. An alkanol is any organic compound where a hydroxyl functional group ...
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