Presentation Summary : CARBON AND ITS COMPOUNDS CARBON Carbon belongs to the group IV of the periodic table. It has four electrons in its outermost orbit, so its valency is four.
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Presentation Summary : chapter - 4 carbon and its compounds class :- x made by :- manas mahajan school :- k.v. ganeshkhind ...
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Presentation Summary : ORGANIC COMPOUNDS Pages 43-49 Carbon and Its Functional Groups The carbon that organic compounds always contain has several properties that make it particularly ...
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Presentation Summary : Unsaturated carbon compounds Alkenes and alkynes are unsaturated carbon compounds because they contain less hydrogen than the maximum amount possible Which compound ...
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Presentation Summary : Chapter 8 – Compounds of Carbon Why is Carbon Important? Carbon compounds make up over 90% of all chemical compounds. They also form the basis of living systems.
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Presentation Summary : Carbon Based Compounds Beginning Organic Chemistry Carbon Compounds Carbon compounds are also known as organic molecules or organic compounds. There are four types of ...
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Presentation Summary : The Backbone of Biological Molecules Although cells are 70–95% water, the rest consists mostly of carbon-based compounds Carbon is unparalleled in its ability to ...
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Presentation Summary : Carbon Chemistry and Life Carbon is the central element in organic chemistry, the central chemistry of life The properties of carbon emerge from its atomic structure ...
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Presentation Summary : Carbon Compounds 9.1 Both diamonds and pencil lead are composed of carbon atoms but look at the difference in their structure. An Introduction to “Organic” Chemistry
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Presentation Summary : Title: Organic (Carbon) Compounds Author: JC Last modified by: NES Created Date: 9/22/2004 3:56:19 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company
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Presentation Summary : Organic compounds. Always contain carbon (carbon can bond with many other elements) Small units called . monomers. join together to form . polymers
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Presentation Summary : Except a few simple compounds of carbon, including carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonates and cyanides are generally considered to be inorganic.
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Presentation Summary : Carbon compounds are usually classified as organic compounds ORGANIC vs INORGANIC COMPOUNDS Organic compounds are produced by living (biotic) things.
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Presentation Summary : Classifying Organic Compounds. Many configurations of carbon atoms are possible in a molecule. Empirical and molecular formulas are the same for many different compounds.
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Presentation Summary : Ionic Compounds When two atoms approach each other the following may happen: 1. A transfer of electron(s) may occur 2. Leads to the formation of oppositely charged ions
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Presentation Summary : CARBON AND ITS COMPOUNDS PRASHANTH C P CARBON IS UNIQUE Carbon is unparalleled in its ability to form large, complex, and diverse molecules Although cells are 70–95 ...
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Presentation Summary : Covalent Compounds Covalent compounds between oxygen and hydrogen Draw the structure for H2O Covalent Compounds Covalent compounds between carbon and hydrogen Draw ...
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Presentation Summary : Chapter 8 – Carbon Chemistry Chapter 8 – Carbon Chemistry Section 1 – Properties of Carbon Standards 6.a – Students know that carbon, because of its ability ...
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Presentation Summary : Carbon and molecular diversity of life Bio 112 Organic chemistry is the study of carbon compounds Vitalism Mechanism Carbon atoms can form diverse molecules by ...
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Presentation Summary : Compounds and Mixtures Most of the matter around you is in the form of compounds or mixtures. Water, carbon dioxide, salt, vinegar, baking soda, lye, sugar, ...
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Presentation Summary : Unique Nature of Carbon Carbon has two properties that enable it to form such an extensive range of compounds: 1. Catenation – the ability to form chains of atoms.
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Presentation Summary : Carbon Properties of carbon Functional groups of organic compounds A. Properties of Carbon Each carbon can form four covalent bonds with other atoms Compounds formed ...
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Presentation Summary : Concept 4.1: Organic chemistry is the study of carbon compounds. Organic chemistry. is the study of compounds that contain carbon.
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Presentation Summary : Ch. 4- Carbon and Molecular Diversity (Why are carbon compounds key to the variety of life?) A. Introduction Although cells are 70-95% water, the rest consists mostly ...
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