By: Adeel , Sankeeth , and Sen. Alkanes and Aromatics. Types of Reactions. Alkanes. Aromatics. Substitution Reaction Halogenation (Halogen) Nitration (HNO 3) Alkylation (Alkyl Halides). Substitution Reactions UV or heat as catalyst Product formed is always halogenated alkane
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Alkylation (Alkyl Halides)
After shave lotion
Industrial solvent for degreasing metals
Intermediate to make other chemicals (eg. Ethylbenzene, cyclohexane)
Small amounts used to make rubbers, lubricants, dyes, detergents, drugs, and explosives.
Hint: Rhymes with filtration