An organic compound is one where carbon is bonded to at least one hydrogen atom.
In carbonates and bicarbonates the carbon is bonded to oxygen, in carbon disulphide it is bonded to sulfur.
carbonates are abvoisly inorganic because it do not contain hydrogen as for bicarbonates the carbon atom is bonded with oxygen not with hydrogen thatis why bicarbonates are too not organic
No, NaOH is inorganic. Sodium hydroxide does not contain any carbon.
C6H12O6 isn't that easy? your are from connections academy aren't you? hahaha
because chlorine is not organic compound it is an in organic compound and organic compound dissolves only in organic compound so therefore it is too difficult
Yes, it is the organic compound hexane or one of its isomers.
Carbon is an organic compound, therefore it is organic.
No, it is usually considered an inorganic compound. Most carbon compounds are organic but there are a few exceptions: its oxides and the carbonates and hydrogen carbonates are the principle examples.
yes carbon is a part of organic compound. but there are inorganic compounds also containing carbon (such as carbonates, bicarbonates etc).
Although Carbon is present in all organic compounds, carbon dioxide is not considered to be an organic compound. Nor are carbonates.
An organic compound is one that contains carbon and hydrogen mainly. I have not heard of a carbon specific name. If you are just looking for any compound that contains carbon, Sodium bicarbonate is one
The statement given is false. Carbonates, most carbides, carbon dioxide, and carbon monoxide are usually considered inorganic.
No, this is organic. Usually only metal carbides, carbonates and hydrogen carbonates, plus carbonic acid, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide are considered inorganic. This is an aromatic amine.
its not hydrogen that makes a compound organic but carbon. With a few exceptions, compounds that contain the element carbon are organic compounds. Some common exceptions are, CO2, CO, all carbonates as well as all the allotropes of carbon.
Basically, all organic compounds have carbon and organic chemistry is the study of carbon based comounds. Inorganic generally do not contain carbon (with exceptions being carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, metal carbonates, metal bicarbonates and metal carbides).
With a few exceptions, organic compounds are those that contain carbon atoms. Exceptions are carbon dioxide, carbonates, and elemental carbon itself. A more reliable way to tell if something is an organic compound is to see whether it contains carbon-hydrogen covalent bonds.
No, carbonates are not organic even though they contain carbon.
Carbonates and carbon dioxide are considered inorganic despite containing carbon.