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Org.chem(ii)

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  • 1. Fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas. This is because fossil fuels are themselves formed from remains of dead organism.
  • 2. Carbon has four valence electrons which means that each carbon atom can form bonds with four other atoms.
  • 3. Because of its position on the Periodic Table, most of the bonds that carbon forms with other atoms are “covalent”
  • 4. • Dot´s Lewis structures • Structural formula • Condensed structural formula • Molecular formula
  • 5. It is possible for two organic compounds to have tha same molecular formula but a different structural formula.
  • 6. In chemistry, isomers are molecules with tha same molecular formula and often with the same kinds of chemical bonds between atoms, but in which the atoms are arranged differently.

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