State the differences between branched and unbranched carbon atoms.

In molecules with an unbranched chain of carbon atoms, the terminal carbon atoms are bonded to one, and not the terminal ones to two adjacent carbon atoms. In branched-chain molecules, a carbon atom can be bonded to three or four adjacent carbon atoms.

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