Carbonyl

Science / Chemistry / Carbonyl: A divalent group consisting of a carbon atom with a double-bond to oxygen. For example, acetone (CH3-(C=O)-CH3) is a carbonyl group linking two methyl groups. Also refers to a compound of a metal with carbon monoxide, such as iron carbonyl, Fe(CO)5.

Caramelly

Life Style / Coffee / Caramelly: An aromatic sensation created by a moderately volatile set of sugar carbonyl compounds found in coffee's nose that produce sensations reminiscent of either candy or syrup. MORE

Amide

Science / Chemistry / Amide: An amide is an organic compound that contains a carbonyl group bound to nitrogen: . The simplest amides are formamide (HCONH2) and acetamide (CH3CONH2). MORE

Ketone

Science / Chemistry / Ketone: An organic compound that contains a carbonyl group. For example, methyl ethyl ketone is CH3COCH2CH3_ is used in some adhesives. MORE

Acid Halide

Science / Chemistry / Acid Halide: Acid chloride; acyl halide; acyl chloride. Compounds containing a carbonyl group bound to a halogen atom. MORE

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