Combustion of cyclohexene

Combustion of cyclohexene

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Credit: MARTYN F. CHILLMAID/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Combustion of a cycloalkene in a watchglass. Cyclohexene (or tetrahydrobenzene, C6H10) produces more smoke when burning than hexene or hexane. For a comparison of the combustion of other organic compounds, see A510/219 (hexane) and A510/220 (hexene).

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Keywords: alkene, black, burning, chemical, chemistry, combustion, compound, cyclic, cyclohexene, flame, flammable, liquid, organic, smoke, smoky, tetrahydrobenzene, watchglass

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