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How are hydrocarbons similar and different?

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If we are talking about alkanes only, then they vary with chain length. The longer the chain, the higher the bpt, the more viscous and the less flammable. However hydrocarbons may have differant functional groups, causing them to have vastly differant chemistry. ie; alcohols and carboxilic acids ect..

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