What Is a Example of a Organic Compound?


Organic compounds refer to members of a large liquid, solid or gaseous chemical compounds with carbon molecules. Some examples of these compounds include acetic acid, citric acid, sugar and alkaloids. These compounds also contain hydrogen, sulphur, oxygen, and nitrogen.
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An organic compound belongs to a class of chemical compounds that contain carbon. Carbon dioxide, methane, citric acid and camphor are examples of organic compounds.
There are some carbon-containing compounds that are considered inorganic, such as carbides, carbonates, simple oxides of carbon, cyanides, diamond and graphite.
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