So I starting this post with combustion test of cyclohexane and cyclohexene.If you wander how are their structural...This is it:
So neither cyclohexene and cyclohexane is benzene
Observation on cyclohexane: bright red luminous flame (as shown in the pic above), less sooty
Observation on cyclohexene: bright red luminous flame, more sooty due to presence of double bond
for both comnustion, the product is carbon dioxide and water, try to write the equation yourself. Don't forget to balance the equation afterwards.
Reaction with bromine in dichloromethane
A n B are cyclohexane
C n D are cyclohexene
E n F are toluene
Toluene or methylbenzene is hazardous!!Breathing in small amount of toluene will cause diziness, headache, just like any other paint.Large amount could make permanent brain damage!
A, C, E put in the dark place for 10 minutes
B, D,F under the sunlight
still, all showing ntg change, like no reaction.
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Be very careful when handle hyfdrocarbon, espcially unsaturated compound like alkene, arene, aromatic compound and PAH (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon). There are highly reactive and avoid smelling directly, and burning chamber and wearing gloves , and put on the mask!
Well, I used to wearing gloves while dealing with 6M of hydrochoric acid too!
I did it on Thursday,