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Organic Chem, Ch. 15

Organic Chem, Vocabulary Words, Chapter 15, Mandy

Organic Chem, Chapter 15Organic Chem, Chapter 15
Amine A compound that has one or more organic groups bonded to nitrogen; primary, RNH2; secondary, R2NH; or tertiary, R3N.
Quaternary ammonium ion A positive ion with four organic groups bonded to the nitrogen atom.
Amino group The -NH2 functional group.
Heterocycle A ring that contains nitrogen or some other atom in addition to carbon.
Ammonium ion A positive ion formed by addition of hydrogen to ammonia or an amine (may be primary, secondary, or tertiary.
Ammonium salt An ionic compound composed of an ammonium cation and an anion; an amine salt.
Quaternary ammonium salt An ionic compound composed of a quaternary ammonium ion and an anion
Alkaloid A naturally occurring nitrogen-containing compound isolated from a plant; usually basic, bitter, and poisonous.
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