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Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry Vocabulary

Alkane one of a homologous series of saturated hydrocarbons
Alkene one of a homologous series of hydrocarbons that contain one double covalent bond
Alkyne one of homologous series of hydrocarbons that contain one triple covalent bond
Functional group the atom or atoms that replace a hydrogen atom in a hydrocarbon and give a class of organic compounds characteristic properties
Hydrocarbon Organic compound containing only hydrogen and carbon atoms
Isomer Compounds with same molecular formula but different structural arrangement
Polymer Organic compound made up of chains of smaller units bonded together
Saturated Organic compounds containing only single covalent bonds
Unsaturated An organic compound containing one or more double or triple covalent bond
Created by: gmatise