Snapquiz - Structure of Alkanes and Alkenes

This is the Snapquiz on Structure of Alkanes and Alkenes. Click here or use the embedded video if you haven't watched the lesson yet.


Question 1. Which term can we use to describe alkenes?

Unsalted.
Unsaturated.
Unsettled.
Unsecured.


Question 2. What do we call a series of similar things (such as the alkanes)?

A homogeneous series.
A homozygous series.
A homologous series.
A horologos series.


Question 3. Which of the following statements about alkanes and alkenes is false?

They will all dissolve in water.
They are all flammable.
They are all unreactive with sodium.
They are all made from just carbon and hydroden atoms.


Question 4. If a molecule has just one carbon atom, what should its name start with?

Prop.
But.
Eth.
Meth.


Question 5. If a molecule has two carbon atoms, what should its name start with?

Eth.
Prop.
But.
Meth.


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