Aspects of Organic Chemistry

Organic molecules contain carbon atoms. The carbon atoms area unit covalently bonded to different atoms and numerous chains of carbon atoms is found in most each molecule. Carbon has four valence electrons and so can create four bonds in accordance with the octet rule. All non-carbon-to-carbon bonds are going to be assumed to be carbon-hydrogen bonds as atomic number 1 atoms area unit the foremost ordinarily found hooked up atom. Atomic number 1 has one negatron and can create one chemical bond. The atom is capable of constructing single, double and triple bonds furthermore as bonding with chemical element nitrogen, chlorine or bromine. Chemical element has six valence electrons, and can create 2 valence bonds. One bond and a covalent bond area unit each potential for chemical element atoms. Gas has 5 valence electrons and can create 3 valence bonds. Single, double and triple bonds area unit all potentialities for gas atoms.

 

  • Types and characterization of organic compounds
  • Functional groups
  • Aliphatic and aromatic compounds
  • Heterocyclic compounds
  • Nomenclature of new compounds
  • Efficiency in Organic Synthesis
  • Organic Synthesis for Materials Science
  • Organic Synthesis for Life Science

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