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structural formula of ethanol Chapter 3: Chemical Compounds 3.1 Molecular Compounds molecular compound: atoms of two of more different elements are combined molecular formula: written representation of a molecular compound inorganic compounds: do not contain carbon [except CO & CO 2 ] organic compounds: contain carbon & usually hydrogen molecular formula: abc order structural formula: shows exactly how atoms are connected condensed formula: shows how atoms are grouped emphasizes the atoms connected to each carbon atoms 3.2 Naming Binary Inorganic Compounds binary molecular compounds: consist of molecules that contain atoms of only two elements N 2 H 4 : hydrazine NO: nitric oxide, NO 2 : nitrous oxide PH 3 : phosphine 3.3 Hydrocarbons hydrocarbons: organic compound composed of only carbon & hydrogen chemical bond: attractive force between two atoms holding them together alkanes: C n H 2n+2 , unbranched chains of carbon atoms cyclic hydrocarbons: rings
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3.4 Alkanes & Their Isomers
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