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C1 Part 2 C1 Lesson 28 Cracking Hydrocarbons C1 Lesson 30 Polymerisation
Year 9

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C1.5.1 Obtaining useful substances from crude oil C1 Lesson 29 Alkenes
b Alkenes have the general formula CnH2n . Recognise alkenes from their structural or molecular formulae.
Know that ‘=’ represents a double bond in the structure.
c&d Alkenes react with bromine water, turning it from orange to colourless. Know that cracking produces more useful molecules including alkenes and fuels.
e Some of the products of cracking are useful as fuels. Know that the presence of double bonds in a molecule can be tested for by the decolorisation of bromine water.

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