organic compound that contains a carbonyl group () bound to one alkyl () fragment and one hydrogen atom, with or stoichiometry
hydrocarbon that contains at least one carbon-carbon triple bond () with CnH2n-2 stoichiometry
organic compound with a general stoichiometry that contains a carbonyl () linked to a nitrogen atom. The nitrogen atom can have between zero and two additional carbon-nitrogen () bonds.
organic compound that is a derivative of ammonia (NH3), in which one or more hydrogen atoms are replaced by alkyl or aryl units (R), forming single bonds
planar hydrocarbon of CnHn stoichiometry that consists of alternating and bonds. Benzene (C6H6) is the smallest neutral carbon-only aromatic compound.
functional group containing a unit linked to an (hydroxyl) fragment of or stoichiometry
molecule that does not have a plane of symmetry and its isomers cannot be rotated or reflected to match
organic compound that contains a carboxyl unit in which a hydroxyl group is replaced by an alkyl or aryl group, giving it or stoichiometry
one of two or more molecules that have different spatial arrangements of functional groups around a double bond, ring, or other rigid structures
addition of a hydroxyl group () to a molecule, which can be accomplished by a substitution reaction with an alkyl halide
functional group with the formula that forms fragments and characterizes molecules called alcohols and phenols
one of two or more molecules that have the same chemical formula but different molecular structures
organic compound that is derived from H2S. It contains an alkyl or aryl group covalently linked to a sulfhydryl group, , through bonds, with stoichiometry.
organic compound that contains bonds in addition to one or more carbon-carbon or bonds