An alkene, obtained by the dehydration of an alcohol (A), on ozonolysis gives two molecules of acetaldehyde for every molecule of alkene. The alcohol (A) is:

(a) CH3CH2CH2OH                             (b) CH3CH2OH

(c) CH3CH=CHCH2OH                       (d) 

Concept Videos :-

#12 | Differentiation: Alkanes, Alkenes & Alkynes
#13 | Differentiation: Assignment on Alkane to Alkyne
#18 | Addition Reaction: 1
#19 | Addition Reaction: 2
#6 | Chemical Properties of Alkane
#9 | Chemical Properties of Alkene:I
#10 | Reaction of Alkene:I
#11 | Reaction of Alkene:II
#14 | Preparation of Alkyne
#15 | Reaction of Alkyne:I

Concept Questions :-

Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes - Chemical Properties
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