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Organic Chemistry Recognizing the 4 main classes of organic molecules.
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Organic Compounds An organic compound is any compound that contains atoms of the element carbon. Carbon has 2 electrons in its 1 st energy level and 4 electrons in its 2 nd energy level. electron neutron proton
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Carbon Carbon’s 4 valence electrons form covalent bonds with other carbon atoms, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen. Carbon can share one electron in a single bond, two electrons in a double bond, and even three electrons (triple bond not shown)
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Isomers Butane has the chemical formula C 4 H 10 . Chemical formulas describe the type and number of atoms. Structural formulas describe the type, number and position of atoms. Butane’s structural formula is seen below. Isomers have the same chemical formula, but different structural formulas.
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Here are 3 examples of a monosaccharide A monosaccharide is a carbohydrate. These 3 elements are also
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