What is the name of an organic compound whose molecules have two alkyl groups joined to the same...
What is the name of an organic compound whose molecules have two alkyl groups joined to the same oxygen atom (R-O-R)? (noted by the suffix "-oxy" and "-ane")
Organic compounds containing functional groups:
The organic compounds with functional groups will possess their own characteristic property mainly because of the functional groups present in them. Organic compounds are the compounds which mainly comprises atoms like carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen etc.
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Organic compounds containing functional groups are generally named in accordance with the functional group present.
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