Acetic acid or the acetyl group.
Acid; sharp or sour.
The CONH2- group in chemical compounds.
The amine group, NH2—.
Saturated straight-chain (aliphatic) hydrocarbons.
Four-carbon chains of atoms.
The carboxyl group.
Chemistry; chemical compounds; chemical reactions.
The colour blue, especially dark blue; cyanide or a derivative.
Loss of hydrogen.
Loss of oxygen.
A two-carbon chain of atoms.
The ethoxyl radical.
A binary compound of a nonmetallic or electronegative element.
Organic ring compounds containing nitrogen.
Various amine derivatives.
The chemical radical —SH.
Change of position or condition; behind, after, or beyond; of a higher or second-order kind; chemical substitution.
The methyl radical, —CH3.
The methoxyl radical, CH3O—
Containing nitrogen, nitric acid, or nitrates.
An organic compound that is the parent of another.
A carboxyl group or its derivative.
An alcohol or phenol.
Organic chemical compounds.
Various chemical compounds, especially ketones.
Bodily organs; organic chemical compounds.
Sugars and other carbohydrates.
A three-carbon chain of atoms.
A binary compound.
Forming names of chemical radicals.
Hydrocarbons containing a triple bond.