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Chem Test Chapter 14
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A polymer formed by the joining together of monomer units with no atoms being lost as the polymer forms.
A polymer formed by the joining together of a monomer units accompanied by the loss of small molecules such as water
An organic molecule that contains a hydroxyl group bonded to a saturated carbon.
An organic molecule that contains a carbonyl group the carbon of which is bonded to either one carbon atom and one hydrogen atom or to two hydrogen atoms.
An organic molecule that contains a carbonyl group, the carbon of which is bonded to a nitrogen atom.
An organic molecule that contains a nitrogen atom bonded to one or more saturated carbon atoms
An organic molecule that contains a carbonyl group, the carbon of which is bonded to a hydroxyl group.
An organic molecule that contains a carbonyl group, the carbon of which is bonded to one carbon atom and one oxygen atom bonded to another carbon atom.
An organic molecule that contains an oxygen atom bonded to two carbon atoms
An organic molecule that contains a carbonyl group, the carbon of which is bonded to two carbon atoms
An organic molecule in which a hydroxyl group is bonded to a benzene ring
Any organic molecule that contains a benzene ring
A hydrocarbon that contains no multiple covalent bonds, with each carbon atom bonded to four other atoms
A hydrocarbon that contains at least one multiple covalent bonds
A specific combination of atoms that behaves as a unit in an organic molecule.
A carbon atom double-bonded to an oxygen atom, found in ketones, aldehydes, amides, carboxylic acids, and esters.
The way the atoms within a molecule are connected. For example, two structural isomers have the same number and the same kinds of atoms, but in different configurations.
One of a wide range of possible spatial orientations of a particular configurations.
Any atom other than carbon or hydrogen in an organic molecule.
A chemical compound that contains only carbon and hydrogen atoms.
A conceptual model explaining how drugs function by interacting with receptor sites on proteins in the body.
The small molecular units from which a polymer is formed
A long organic molecule made up of many repeating units.
Molecules that have the same molecular formula but different chemical structures.
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