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Chemistry-11 PACE131

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term definition
alkyne straight-chain or branched-chain hydrocarbon in which two carbon atoms in each molecule are connected by a triple bond
organic chemistry study of carbon and compounds containing carbon
halohydrocarbon -x (halide)
structural formula formula that indicates the exact number of atoms in a molecule and also shows how the atoms are bonded to each other
ketone modified hydrocarbon that contains a carbonyl functional group
cracking process by which complex organic molecules are broken down by heat and sometimes by a catalyst to produce simpler organic molecules
catenation ability of carbon to bond with each other from chains
homologous series series of compounds in which adjacent members differ by the same group of atoms
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