CAS number 294-41-7
PubChem 136144
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Molecular formula C11H22
Molar mass 154.29 g/mol
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Cycloundecane is a saturated cyclic organic compound with eleven carbon atoms forming a ring. It is classed as an alkane because it has only carbon and hydrogen and these elements are configured with C-H and C-C such that there is a chain of carbon atoms with hydrogens attached to them. For each of the carbon atoms in the chain there is a pair of hydrogen atoms such that the chemical formula is C11H22. The compound is stable, but it is a paraffin - it burns with sufficient ignition heat.

Variants of this compound, for example, bicycloundecane, have been proposed for use in conductors for electronic circuitry.[1]


  1. ^ "Anisotropic conductive adhesive", United States Patent 6827880. Online copy

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