Catenation Definition and Examples

Catenation Definition and Examples


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Catenation Definition: Catenation is the binding of an element to itself through covalent bonds to form chain or ring molecules.

Examples: Carbon is the most common element that exhibits catenation. It can form long hydrocarbon chains and rings like benzene.



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