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Functional Groups - Chemistry - About.com
Functional groups are groups of atoms found within molecules that are involved in the chemical reactions characteristic of those molecules. Functional groups ...
Functional Groups - Organic Chemistry - About.com
Functional groups are collections of atoms in a molecule that participate in characteristic reactions. If you are taking organic chemistry, it's a good idea to ...
Common Organic Functional Groups - Chemistry - About.com
May 20, 2014 ... Many organic chemistry molecules contain groups of atoms known as functional groups. This short list contains many of the most common ...
Functional Group Quiz - Test Your Recognition of Common Organic ...
You see them all the time, but how well do you know your common organic functional groups? Take this quiz to see if you can match names to structures of ...
Functional Groups in Chemistry
Nov 27, 2014 ... Functional Groups or Functional Moiety definition, as used in chemistry and other physical sciences.
Carboxyl Functional Group - Chemistry - About.com
Functional Groups. By Anne Marie Helmenstine, Ph.D. Chemistry ... The formula for the carboxyl functional group is RCOOH. It is based on carboxylic acid.
Chloro Functional Group - Chemistry - About.com
Chloro Functional Group. ... Functional Groups. By Anne Marie Helmenstine, Ph. D. ... The chloro functional group is a chloroalkane. It is characterized by a ...
Aldehyde Functional Group - Chemistry - About.com
Functional Groups. By Anne Marie Helmenstine, Ph.D. ... Aldehyde Functional Group. The aldehyde functional group has the formula RCHO. - Ben Mills.
Naming Simple Alkyl Chain Functional Groups
Nov 28, 2014 ... A simple alkyl group is a functional group made up entirely of carbon and ... The general molecular formula for simple alkyl groups is -CnH2n+1 ...
Halo Functional Group - Chemistry - About.com
Functional Groups. By Anne Marie Helmenstine, Ph.D. ... The halo functional group contains a carbon-halogen bond. - Ben Mills. The halo functional group ...
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