Subject: Are carbon dioxide & bicarbonate (salt or ion) considered organic compounds
Date: Wed Oct 28 19:03:49 1998
Posted by carl garcia
Grade level: undergrad
City: manila State/Province: mm
Area of science: Chemistry
All organic chemistry books starts with a definition that organic
chemistry is the chemistry carbon compounds. However,these two items
are widely used examples in all Inorganic chemistry classes.
Re: Are carbon dioxide & bicarbonate (salt or ion) considered organic compounds
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