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"I wanted to be a veterinarian, but slipped up when I hit organic chemistry."  ― Amy Hempel


Organic chemistry is the chemistry of substances made  up of carbon-based molecules, mostly those having at least one carbon-hydrogen bond. The "organic" term originated in the days when it was believed all organic compounds were of biologic origin. This isn't exactly true anymore, but the nomenclature remains.


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