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A carbon-carbon triple bond is found in a molecule of (1) butane (3) butene (2) butanone (4) butyne

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zenithbright

The answer is (4) butyne. The carbon-carbon triple bond is found in alkynes. And the alkynes has -yne at the end of the name. "-ene" end means that it is alkene and has carbon-carbon double bonds.

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