single covalently bonded carbon and hydrogens
double covalent bond between two carbons
triple covalent bonds
organic molecules that are composed of only carbon and hydrogen, contain at least two elements, covalently bonded
a material composed of macromolecules within which all carbon-carbon bonds are single
a material composed of macromolecules within which there are double or triple bonds in the molecular chain.
one or more hydrogens replaced by other elements
taking alchohol, adding a carboxyl
end in -anoic acid
combined an organic acid with an alchohol forming an ester
4 bonding partners, 109.50 bond angle
3 bonding partners, 120 bond angle
2 bonding partners
2 bonding partners, 180 bond angle
4 bonding partners
109.50 bond angle
3 bonding partners
substitute one or more of the hydrogens with a halogen (F, Cl, Br, I, At)
contains an internal C=O group
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