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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.


Quinone compounds are a class of natural pigment organic compounds with unsaturated cyclic dione structure in the molecule. Anthraquinone and its derivatives are the most important; they are many important active ingredients. Extensive existence, Polygonaceae rhubarb, Polygonum multiflorum, Polygonum cuspidatum. Quinones have many physiological activities including venting, antibacterial, antiviral, hemostasis, and crown expansion.

Nitrile Compound

Nitrile can be regarded as a compound produced by replacing the hydrogen atom of hydrocyanic acid HCN with a hydrocarbon group. Nitrile compounds are important chemical raw materials and are widely used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, synthetic fibers and plastics. They are also used in electroplating, steel quenching and mineral processing industries. The most important property of nitrile compounds is that it is relatively stable in weakly alkaline media (such as in soaps, detergents, etc.)
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