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Different Ways of Representing Structures

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Date Added to MERLOT: March 08, 2010
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 04, 2011
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A quick lesson on structural formulas, line structures--how to show double bonds, triple bonds and heteroatoms, condensed structures, chemical formulas, as used to represent molecules in organic chemistry, is provided, with some interactive examples.


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molecules, condensed structures, structural formulas, line structures, organic chemistry, chemical formulas

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Primary Audience: High School, College Lower Division, College Upper Division
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Language: English
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Avatar for Albert Russell
3 years ago

Albert Russell (Faculty)

This is an excellent lesson.  I like the exercises at the end to reinforce what you began at the beginning.  Keep it up!!  I will use this for my organic chem I class in the Fall.


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