Structures of Various Derivatives
Below is a diagram showing the structures of various derivatives.
(i) 1, 1-Dibromopropane
(ii) 2, 2-Dibromopropane
(iii) 1, 2-Dibromopropane
(iv) 1, 3-Dibromopropane
Uses of Propane
- Food additives use propane.
- utilised as a part of liquid petroleum gas.
- utilised in the production of ethylene and propylene.
- utilised as fuel for cutting and welding processes.
- used as the foundational building block for chemical synthesis.
- used as an energy source in water heaters and automobiles.
- utilised as homemade explosives.
- applied to lawn movers.
- the refrigerant used in.
- Applied to the campaign.
- used as a fuel for industry.
Health Hazards of Propane
Gangrene may result from the propane's vaporising liquid. If the concentration in the air is higher than 10%, it may make you feel queasy, and a larger dose may make you asphyxiate. When heated, it causes containers to explode. If compared to air, its vapors are heavier. This substance is highly flammable.
Write structures of different dihalogen derivatives of propane.
The structures of different dihalogen derivatives of propane are given above. Propane is a vaporising liquid that will make humans feel queasy and in heavy dosage will make them asphyxiate.