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This is part 1 of the longer version of my video about organic chemistry. The shorter video covers absolutely all of the same material, but in a shorter time (less examples and explanations).
Since that time organic chemistry has grown into a vast and ever expanding field that encompasses millions of chemical compounds. Scope of Organic Chemistry The field of organic chemistry includes more than twenty million compounds for which properties have been determined and recorded in the literature.
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When you explore biology, you’ll find that many processes are constantly occurring in living organisms. The study of organic chemistry — which focuses on carbon molecules — is central to all living organisms. The ability to convert ingested fuel to usable energy is what differentiates a living organism from a dead one. The ingested fuel […]
For synthesis: Organic chemistry helps us synthesis many compounds which are needed on a large scale. For example, we find a drug molecule in nature by chance or a bi-product of some reaction. Then that drug molecule can be synthesized by knowledge of organic chemistry for large-scale use.
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Organic Chemistry Practice Problems at Michigan State University. The following problems are meant to be useful study tools for students involved in most undergraduate organic chemistry courses. The problems have been color-coded to indicate whether they are: 1. Generally useful, 2.
Organic chemistry describes the structures, properties, preparation, and reactions of a vast array of molecules that we call organic compounds. There are many different types of organic compounds, but all have carbon as their principal constituent atom. These carbon