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Ethyne differs from ethene in what way? A. The carbons share three pairs of electrons in ethyne and only two pairs in ethene. B. Ethyne contains only carbon and hydrogen atoms. C. The carbons in ethyne are not fixed in place as they are in ethene. D. The carbons in ethyne each form three single bonds whereas those in ethene each form four single bonds.
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Ethyne differs from ethene in in that: The carbons share three pairs of electrons in ethyne and only two pairs in ethene.
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Ethyne differs from ethene in in that: The carbons share three pairs of electrons in ethyne and only two pairs in ethene.
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