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Chapter 6, Problem 7E
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What are hydrocarbons? Functionalized hydrocarbons?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Hydrocarbons and functionalized hydrocarbons are to be defined.

Concept introduction:

The compound that comprises a carbon atom is considered an organic compound and the study of these carbon consisting compounds is known as organic chemistry.

The compound devoid of a carbon atom is considered an inorganic compound and the study of these compounds is known as inorganic chemistry.

A specific group of atoms accountable for the specific reactions in order to form a particular compound, is known as a functional group.

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An organic compound is considered a hydrocarbon as it only consists of carbon and hydrogen atoms. The atoms in a hydrocarbon are linked by single, double, or triple bond.

In functionalized hydrocarbons, additional atoms or groups of atoms ar...

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