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Organic Chemistry

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Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons Hydrocarbon molecule with two or more closed rings; examples are naphthalene, C10H8, with two benzene rings side by side, or diphenyl, (C6H5)2, with two bond-connected benzene rings. Also known as polycyclic hydrocarbon.
Hygroscopy Ability of a substance to attract and hold water molecules from the environment through either absorption or adsorption while becoming physically changed by an increase in volume or stickiness as water molecules become suspended between the material
Dichloromethane Methylene Chloride
Coordinate Covalent Bond Type of polar bond created when a Lewis base donates electrons to a Lewis acid
Breaking of covalent bonds in such a way that each product species receives an electron from the bond resulting in radical products. Homolytic cleavage (radical cleavage)
Breaking of covalent bonds in which one of the product species receives both pairs of electrons from the bond, resulting in a cation and anion product. Heterolytic cleavage (ionic cleavage)
Created by: mlamon