|May8-12, 09:29 AM||#1|
ester linkage and alkene cracking
in an ester is the ester link/bond the -COO-? meaning does it include the C=O in the ester linkage. i would think so as something else would mean the functional group is different. However, i am not entirely sure as my textbook just brakets the C-O as the ester bond.
Also, can alkenes such as decene be cracked or only alkanes can be cracked?
Thanks for all the help!
|May8-12, 10:30 PM||#2|
|May9-12, 12:26 AM||#3|
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