The Role Of Oxygen In the Structure of Functional Grups
The structure of many functional group structures is dominated by oxygen, which plays a crucial role in chemical reactions. Carboxylic acids, aldehydes and amines are three of the most frequently encountered functional groups. All contain at least one oxygen atom. A carboxylic acid, for instance, is made up of a carbonyl (containing one oxygenatom) and an hydroxyl (containing two oxygenatoms). Amines contain either one or several nitrogen atoms or one or multiple oxygen atoms. Finally, the aldehydes have one carbon and one oxygen atom (Deng and al., 2002). Alkene and esters are other functional groups that you may encounter, although neither of them contain oxygen. The two organic compounds that make up esters are linked to the central oxygenatom of carboxylic acids (Bhattarai, et al. 2016). Two carbon atoms are connected to Alkenes by a double bond. There is no oxygen in this structure. Cont…
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