Talk:Heteroatom

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chromenes in hetro cyclic cpd


The Skeletal formula page says that heteroatoms are atoms that are not carbon. It does not mention hydrogen. Its cited page also does not mention that hydrogen is not a heteroatom. I do not know the correct answer, and was hoping to defer to someone who does. Which page is correct: this one or the Skeletal formula page? theY4Kman (talk) 23:55, 21 January 2012 (UTC)