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An organic compound is any of a large class of chemical compounds whose molecules contain carbon, with the exception of carbides, carbonates, Cyanides and carbon oxides. Organic compounds are studied in organic chemistry; many of them, such as proteins, fats, and carbohydrates (sugars), are also of prime importance in biochemistry.
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This category has the following 42 subcategories, out of 42 total.
- ► Biomolecules (6 C, 118 P)
- ► Lipids (11 C, 81 P)
- ► Macrocycles (5 C, 58 P)
- ► Reactive intermediates (3 C, 28 P)
- ► Organic compound stubs (10 C, 1,253 P)
Pages in category "Organic compounds"
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