The univalent hydrocarbon radical, CH3, formally derived from methane by the loss of a proton.
The univalent hydrocarbon radical, C2H5, formally derived from ethane by the loss of a proton
A univalent hydrocarbon radical (C6H5) formally derived from benzene by the removal of a hydrogen atom, and the basis of an immense number of aromatic derivatives.
A univalent functional group consisting of a carbonyl and a hydroxyl functional group (-CO.OH); characteristic of carboxylic acids.
A univalent radical or functional group, (-OH), in organic chemistry; present in alcohols, phenols, carboxylic acids and certain other classes of compounds
An organic compound containing a hydroxyl group bonded to a carbon atom, which is doubly bonded to another carbon atom.
A compound most often formed by the condensation of an alcohol and an acid, with elimination of water. It contains the functional group carbon-oxygen double bond joined via carbon to another oxygen atom.
The univalent radical CH3CO- derived from acetic acid.
any compound formally derived from another (or from others) by the loss of a water molecule, especially acid anhydrides
Any of a class of organic nitrogen compounds having the general formula R2C=NR; they are tautomeric with enamines.
The cation derived from guanidine
A heterocyclic organic compound containing two nitrogen atoms separated by a carbon atom in a five-membered ring, called 1,3-diazole in w:IUPAC nomenclature.
The univalent radical -SH that is the sulfur analogue of hydroxyl and constitutes the thiol group
Any of several classes of organic compound in which one or both oxygen atoms of an ester group are replaced by those of sulfur
the trivalent radical O=P≡
carboxylic acid and phosphoric acid; also called acyl phosphate