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Defference between alkanol and alkanal
Alkanol has an -OH group at any position in the chain while alkanal has a carbonyl C=O at the end of a carbon chain, with the carbon also attached to a hydrogen.
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An alkanol is an aliphatic alcohol. While alkanal is an aliphatic aldehyde.

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