Problem: A compound, C6H10, which reacts with 2 mol of hydrogen over a platinum catalyst and which gives a precipitate with Ag(NH3)2+ could be: a. Ib. Vc. IId. IIIe. IV 

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Two moles of H2 gas in Pt catalyst will likely to react with an alkyne. Ag(NH3)2+ is reagent used for testing 

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A compound, C6H10, which reacts with 2 mol of hydrogen over a platinum catalyst and which gives a precipitate with Ag(NH3)2+ could be: 

a. I

b. V

c. II

d. III

e. IV 

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