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An organic compound is a compound that contains
O sodium
O hydrogen
O carbon
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S Schoology Bayside Home Page (S) Schoology Apa HBY-BIO-U2-TEST BIOCHEMISTRY-S An organic compound is a compound that contains O sodium O hydrogen O carbon

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