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Chemicals - Aldehydes

Aldehydes are chemical compounds with the functional group -CHO, which is called the aldehyde group or formyl group. Unlike ketones, the carbonyl group of aldehydes carries one hydrogen and one carbon substituent. An exception is the simplest aldehyde methanal (formaldehyde), which carries two hydrogen substituents. Aldehydes with an alkyl radical (i.e., alkane derivatives) are called alkanals; their homologous series is nomenclatorically derived from the homologous series of alkanes. There are also multiple aldehydes – such as glyoxal, the simplest dialdehyde.

Chemicals - Aldehydes

Aldehydes are chemical compounds with the functional group -CHO, which is called the aldehyde group or formyl group. Unlike ketones, the carbonyl group of aldehydes carries one hydrogen and one carbon substituent. An exception is the simplest aldehyde methanal (formaldehyde), which carries two hydrogen substituents.…

Aldehydes are chemical compounds with the functional group -CHO, which is called the aldehyde group or formyl group. Unlike ketones, the carbonyl…


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