Chemistry help please!!!!!!!!!!!

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Found 2nd Jun 2009
Hiya guys what is the homologous series and what does C8H18 belong to ??

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homologous series all keep both electrons me thinks. homo=two of same, so just think of it that way.
hetero= one of each, so each radical gets an electron
it is free radicals youre talking about right?
The homologous series with C8H18 is the alkanes - each alkane differs from others by the number of CH2's in the chain.
scratch what i said, a couple of years in front of your question
..... and what happened to davidk, the OP???
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The homologous series with C8H18 is the alkanes - each alkane differs … The homologous series with C8H18 is the alkanes - each alkane differs from others by the number of CH2's in the chain.



general formula is C(n)H(2n+2)
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homologous series all keep both electrons me thinks. homo=two of same, so … homologous series all keep both electrons me thinks. homo=two of same, so just think of it that way.hetero= one of each, so each radical gets an electronit is free radicals youre talking about right?



arent you thiking about types of catalyst using homogenous and hetrogenous ones?
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