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Chemistry Polymer chemistry Polymer Addition polymer Polyethylene Repeat unit Petrochemical Cellulose Condensation polymer Ethylene Monomer Ether
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Chemistry Polymer chemistry Polymer Addition polymer Polyethylene Repeat unit Petrochemical Cellulose Condensation polymer Ethylene Monomer Ether
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1B: Identify the industrial source of ethylene from the cracking of some of the fractions from the refining of petroleum. Fossil Fuels: − energy-rich compounds found in earth made from decayed plant or animal matter − coal, natural gas and crude oil/petroleum − fractional distillation separates crude oil/petroleum into its components (gases, gasoline and oils), utilising different boiling points of each component due to different amounts of dispersion forces − 1-4 Carbons = gas, 5+ Carbons = liquid Ethene/Ethylene: − derived from petroleum distillation in gas fraction − very reactive alkene (double C-C bond) − ethene (systematic name) ethylene (common name) C 2 H 4 (formula) − used to manufacture plastics, pharmaceuticals and industrial chemicals − C 2 H 4 (g) − insufficient supply of ethylene ...
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