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If a saturated open chain alkylhalide has 15 carbon atoms, 4 chlorine atoms, and 1 bromine atom, how many hydrogen atoms are present?


If a saturated open chain alkylhalide has 15 carbon atoms, 4 chlorine atoms, and 1 bromine atom, how many hydrogen atoms are present?

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As the compound is saturated and open chained therefore for 15 carbon : we will have ,... View the full answer

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A saturated open chain alkylhalide has the formula = C n H 2n+2 where: n = number of carbons = 15 2n+2 = number of... View the full answer

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