Shweta thakur Asked a Question
June 6, 2020 2:52 pmpts 30 pts
which is thermodynamically more stable alkeme alkene and alkyne plz explain all threee
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya
    -2 The reactivity is: Alkynes > Alkenes > Alkanes. Alkynes have two pi-bonds between two (or more) carbon atoms, along with a sp-sp hybridised orbital bonding (sigma bond). The ...
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya
    The reactivity order depends on the process(as mentioned in the comment). 1) In acid-base reactions, alkynes are the most reactive followed by alkenes and alkanes. This is due to ...
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  • Suman Kumar
    Hope your doubts are clear
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya
    hope this will help you ūüôŹ
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya Best Answer
    Alkynes are less stable then alkenes and alkanes despite the bond being stronger. This is not really intuitive, because you'd think that stronger bonds are more stable, correct? Bu...
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  • Suman Kumar thankyou
    See this
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  • Suman Kumar thankyou
    See the answer
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