In organic chemistry, a carbonyl group is a functional group composed of a
carbon atom double-bonded to an oxygen atom: C=O. It is common to several ...
It is somewhat misleading to write the carbonyl group as a covalent C=O double
bond. The difference between the electronegativities of carbon and oxygen is ...
Dec 14, 2013 ... A carbonyl group is a chemically organic functional group composed of a carbon
atom double-bonded to an oxygen atom --> [C=O] The ...
The prefix for this group is keto- or oxo- or its suffix is -one.
Definition: the term carbonyl
refers to the carbonyl
functional group which is a divalent group consisting of a carbon atom with a double-bond to oxygen. Carbonyl
also may refer to a compound formed by ... More »
An explanation of the bonding in carbonyl compounds (containing carbon-
oxygen double bonds), including a simple view of hybridisation.
Noun. carbonyl (plural carbonyls) ... and others. (inorganic chemistry) Any
compound of a metal with carbon monoxide, such as nickel carbonyl, Ni(CO)4.
All carbonyl compounds absorb in the region 1760-1665 cm<sup>-1</sup> due to the
stretching vibration of the C=O bond. This distinctive carbonyl band is particularly
If you look at the dot structure for a ketone,; we already know we're gonna see a
signal; for the ketone carbonyl on our IR spectrum,; because the oxygen is ...
an organic functional group or radical −CO− occurring in aldehydes, ketones,
carboxylic acids, esters, and their derivatives. 2. : a coordination complex