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In this lesson, we will learn how to describe the uses of alkenes and write balanced equations for their production by catalytic cracking of alkanes.
In which of the following properties is an increase observed when
hydrocarbon fuels undergo cracking?
Which type of chemical reaction is cracking an example of?
In catalytic cracking, a gaseous hydrocarbon flows over a heated catalyst and is converted to more valuable products. Which of the following catalyst properties cannot be increased to produce a higher reaction rate?
The cracking of a nonane molecule can produce a range of products.
If the cracking of a nonane molecule produces two molecules including propene, what is the name of the second product?
Which of the following pairs of molecules can be produced by the cracking of a nonane molecule, assuming there are no other products?
Which of the following groups of molecules can be produced by the
cracking of a nonane molecule, assuming there are no other products?
Cracking may be used to convert one fraction of crude oil to a mixture of hydrocarbons
with the properties of a different fraction. Which of the following fuels can be replicated
via the cracking of kerosene?
Which of the following statements is true?
In which range of temperatures is catalytic cracking usually performed?
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