When a hyrdrocarbon chain has only single covalent bonds, it is called an alkane.
All of the carbon atoms make four single covalent bonds.
The main chain will contain only single carbon-carbon (C-C) bonds. The name of an alkane always ends in -ane.
Alkanes contain only single covalent bonds - they are described as saturated hydrocarbons.
They have the maximum number of hydrogen atoms per carbon atom in the molecule.
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