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Grade: 12
        
CAN U EXAPLAIN WHAT IS ORGANIC CHEMISTRY?
 
3 years ago

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Komal
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							organic chemistry is refered to as the study of carbon compounds. or Organic chemistry is the study of the structure, properties, and reactions of carbon compounds. Even though organic chemistry focuses on carbon, many organic compounds can contain hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorous or other elements. Carbon molecules have many different functions; they are commonly used in medicine, food, paints, and gasoline.
3 years ago
grenade
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 Organic chemistry is the chemistry of carbon compounds. All organic compounds contain carbon; however, there are some compounds of carbon that are not classified as organic. For example, salts such as carbonates (e.g., Na CO , CaCO ) and cyanides (e.g., NaCN, KCN) are usually designated as inorganic. Perhaps a more useful description might be: Organic compounds are compounds of carbon that usually contain hydrogen and that may also contain other elements such as oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus, or halogen (F, Cl, Br, or I). In any case, there are very few carbon compounds that are not organic, while there are millions that are.

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