organic compounds

Difference between Alpha Carbon Beta Carbon and Gamma Carbon

Alpha Carbon Beta Carbon and Gamma Carbon Organic Chemistry:          Alpha Carbon         Beta Carbon        Gamma Carbon The carbon atom to which the functional group is attached directly in an organic compound is known as alpha (α) carbon. Carbon next attached directly to alpha carbon in an organic compound is known as beta (β) …

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How to find 1 degree 2 degree 3 degree Carbons – Organic Chemistry

Do you know !! Types of Carbon( 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 degree carbon ) and Hydrogen atoms in organic chemistry. Primary( 10) carbon and primary hydrogens: The carbon attached to one other carbon or no other carbon is called 10 carbon or primary carbon, while hydrogens attached to primary carbon are called …

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Difference between Partial Synthesis and Total Synthesis – Chemistry

Difference between Partial synthesis and Total synthesis: Do you know!! What are natural products? Those compounds which are produced by plants and animals are called natural compounds or natural products. Natural Product Chemistry: The study of the chemistry of natural products is called natural product chemistry. These natural products are synthesized by two methods: 1. …

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Hydrocarbons and its Types- Class 12 Chemistry Hydrocarbons Notes

Do you know!! What are hydrocarbons? Those organic compounds which are made up of carbon and hydrogen elements only are known as hydrocarbons. Classification of Hydrocarbons: Hydrocarbons are classified as: Open chain Hydrocarbons or Acyclic Hydrocarbons 2. Closed chain Hydrocarbons or Cyclic Hydrocarbons Explanation: What are open-chain Hydrocarbons? The hydrocarbons in which carbon atoms are attached …

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Detection Of Oxygen in an Organic Compounds- Organic Chemistry

Oxygen can not be detected by any direct method but for its detection, some Indirect methods are used. Methods for detecting Oxygen: There are three methods or tests for the detection of oxygen in organic compounds Heating of Organic compound alone In a nitrogen atmosphere oxygen-containing functional groups Test Combustion Analysis Method 1: The given …

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Detection of Halogens in Organic Compound – Lassaigne’s Solution – Silver Nitrate Test

Do you know !!! Detection of Halogens: (Silver Nitrate Test) The following steps help in the detection of halogens in an organic compound. Lasseigne’s solution or sodium fusion extract is used for preparation for the detection of nitrogen, sulphur and halogens in the given organic compound. Procedure: Step 1: Take Lasseigne’s filtrate in a test …

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Detection of Carbon and Hydrogen in an Organic Compound – Organic Chemistry

Do you know !! Qualitative analysis is a method that is used to detect the elements present in an organic compound. The main elements present in organic compounds are carbon, hydrogen as well as Nitrogen, Sulphur and Halogens. The following method is used for the detection of carbon and hydrogen in the organic compound. Detection …

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Homologous Series Definition, Formula, Types and Characteristics – Organic Chemistry

Do you know !! Organic compounds are classified into different series on the basis of functional groups. These series are called homologous series. Thus the study of organic compounds becomes easier. Homologous Series: Homo means “same ” and series means “sequence” so A series of organic compounds have the same functional group, same chemical properties …

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Fractional Distillation of Petroleum| Refining of Crude oil – Organic Chemistry

Petroleum: Petroleum is an important fossil fuel. Petro means rock and oleum mean oil. So petroleum is also called rock oil. It is a thick viscous liquid of brown or greenish-black colour. It is produced by the decay of living organisms buried in the earth’s crust million years ago. Petroleum in unrefined form is called …

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