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    Organic Chemistry

    Organic chemistry is the chemistry of carbon. The classification of organic chemical substances is mainly based on their decisive role, which can represent the different groups of chemical substances. Can be divided into: alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, aromatic hydrocarbons (above hydrocarbons); halogenated hydrocarbons, alcohols, phenols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, carboxylic acid derivatives, amines, nitro compounds, nitrile Class, sulfur-containing organic compounds (such as mercaptans, thioethers, thiophenols, sulfonic acids, sulfones, and sulfoxides), phosphorus-containing organic compounds and other elemental organic compounds, heterocyclic compounds, etc. (the above are hydrocarbon derivatives)

    Heterocyclic Ring

    Among the Heterocyclic Ring, in addition to carbon atoms, the compounds that make up the compound also contain non-carbon atoms to become heterocyclic compounds. Non-carbon atoms in the ring become heteroatoms. Among heterocyclic compounds, nitrogen-containing heterocycles are the most important, and among nitrogen-containing heterocyclic compounds, the research of pyrazoles and amides is one of the fastest growing fields in recent years.

    Organometallic Compounds

    An organic compound formed by directly connecting a metal atom and a carbon atom to form a bond is called an organometallic compound, that is, a compound containing an M-C bond. Organometallic compounds are also called metallo-organic compounds. Organometallic compounds are a class of extremely useful synthetic reagents. In recent years, due to the promotion and application of various organometallic compounds in the study of biological activity, the research and application of the bioactivity and pharmacological effects of organometallic compounds have been increasingly developed.

    Hydrazine or Hydroxylamine Derivatives

    Hydrazine is also called hydrazine. Hydrazine is an important intermediate in organic chemical industry. It can synthesize various derivatives and is widely used as a raw material for medicines, pesticides, fuels, plastic additives, imaging agents, and antioxidants. Hydroxylamine is used as a reducing agent in organic synthesis; condensation with carbonyl compounds generates oxime. Hydroxylamine derivatives are important intermediates for drugs, functional dyes, and low-toxic pesticides.
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