Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, has the following chemical formula: C63H88CON14014P What makes vitamin B12 an organic compound? А. Vitamin B12 Contains a significant amount of carbon. В. Vitamin B12 contains oxygen, which is needed by all living organisms. C. Vitamin B12 cannot be separated into different elements. D. Vitamin B12 does not contain sulfur, which is only found in inorganic substances.

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Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, has the following chemical formula:
C63H88CON14014P
What makes vitamin B12 an organic compound?
А.
Vitamin B12 Contains a significant amount of carbon.
В.
Vitamin B12 contains oxygen, which is needed by all living organisms.
C.
Vitamin B12 cannot be separated into different elements.
D.
Vitamin B12 does not contain sulfur, which is only found in inorganic substances.
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Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, has the following chemical formula: C63H88CON14014P What makes vitamin B12 an organic compound? А. Vitamin B12 Contains a significant amount of carbon. В. Vitamin B12 contains oxygen, which is needed by all living organisms. C. Vitamin B12 cannot be separated into different elements. D. Vitamin B12 does not contain sulfur, which is only found in inorganic substances.

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