Shweta thakur Asked a Question
June 7, 2020 8:59 pmpts 30 pts
why alkenes have more milting point than alkanes plz expalin sir
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  • Suman Kumar
    Alkenes display a weak dipole-dipole interactions due to the electron-attracting sp2carbon.
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  • Suman Kumar
    Carbon & hydrogen have almost same eletronegativity. But in alkene carbon is sp2 hybridized due to which eletronegativity of carbon increase hence the eletronegativity difference b...
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  • Suman Kumar thankyou
    Sweta intermolecular force is responsible for melting & boiling point. Alkane is completely non polar but alkene have little dipole moment. Dipole moment mean there is charge separ...
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya
    hope this will help you 🙏
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya Best Answer
    check it
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    Shweta thakur
    sir polarizibility means diffusion of electrons then tmean electron are spread not concentrated as in sigma bond then why polarization increases force of attraction I mean to say ...
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  • Suresh khokhar thankyou
    follow the instructions
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    Shweta thakur
    sir polarizibility means diffusion of electron electron are spread not concentrated as in sigma bond then why polarizibility increases force of attraction I mean to say when the e...
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