Question

What happens to the flammability of hydrocarbons as the number of carbon atoms increases?

1 year ago

·

1 Reply

·

1222 views

F

Federico Walsh


1 Reply

Bethany E Profile Picture
Bethany E Best Answer!

Verified Sherpa Tutor

The longer the hydrocarbon chain, the less flamable the molecule.

Experienced Science & Maths tutor for KS3, GCSE and A-level Chemistry

Interested in booking a 1-1 lesson with me?

Click here to view my profile and send me a message.

Got the answer? Help Federico out.

Back To Chemistry Back To Chemistry GCSE Back To Topic
Alert Icon

Need help with Chemistry?

We have thousands of qualified teachers who are able to provide top quality lessons online. Find your tutor and set up your free introduction today!

Find a Chemistry Tutor