Organic chemistry | Lecture 1 | part 1
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Hello, everyone! I want to ask maybe a strange question - could we say that organic chemistry is more complicated than non-organic one?
I wouldn't say that organic chemistry is more complicated than inorganic one. They are quite different and both have several complicated aspects) Chemistry is so diverse!
Complexity is a very subjective concept, it is more correct to say that it is more general than inorganic
What program was used to build a 3D spatial structure and a 2D structure of molecules?
@morphism because at least the spectrum of organic substances and classes is more general
Good evening! Thanks for your video. I have a question: can multiple bonds (double and triple) be classified as functional groups? Or is it just a carbon skeleton?
@marie-curie Imho it is not a functional group type. It's only way to make weaker or stronger connection. Also, in comparison to functional groups, the bonding type does not change biological properties, I think.
@morphism in the fourth lecture it's said that double and triple bonds still belong to functional groups
@elizaveta-msu could we imagine triple or double bonding not as part of functional groups?
@morphism maybe I've just misunderstood your previous post, sorry, "Imho it is not a functional group type"