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6 July, 01:08

Hydrogen and carbon atoms bonded with single bonds are called:

a. Carboxylic acids

c. Alkanes

b. Stereo isomers

d. Hydracarbons

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  1. 6 July, 02:32
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    If all of the hydrogen and carbon atoms in the molecule are bonded with single bonds then the molecule is an alkane.
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