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Organic chemistry is a chemistry subdiscipline involving the scientific study of the structure, properties, and reactions of organic compounds and organic ... More »

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Gevela Jacob Berzelius, a physician by trade, first coined the term "organic chemistry" in 1806 for the study of compounds derived ...

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In this lesson we will learn about the history of organic chemistry, how it was developed, how it has changed from when it was first developed,...

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HISTORY OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. • In the early days of chemistry, scientists classified chemical substances into 2 groups: 1. Inorganic: those that were ...

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The name organic chemistry came from the word organism. Prior to 1828, all organic compounds had been obtained from organisms or their remains.

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Jul 1, 1986 ... Abstract: Alchemists frequently assigned names to substances with the intent of concealing what they were working on from their fellow workers ...

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History of Organic Chemistry. Organic chemistry is an important area of overall chemistry that involves the chemicals, including drugs, mostly based on carbon ...

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The study of such compounds was therefore called organic chemistry. However, the defining notion of organic compounds was proven ...

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The history of organic chemistry as a discrete science stretches back over nearly two centuries. Over these years, a few shreds of experimental data have grown ...

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In old days, it was believed that organic compounds could be produced only by living matter 2. it was also assumed that living matter possess a mysterious or ...