Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry Is A Division Of Chemistry That Involves A Scientific Approach To Structure, Properties, And Applications Of Organic Molecules And Compounds That Are; It Is A Matter Containing Carbon In Discrete Forms. In General, It Is A Study Of Molecules Comprising Of Carbon Compounds With Several Numbers Of Other Associated Elements Namely Hydrogen, Silicon, Sulfur, Oxygen, Phosphorus, Halogens, And Nitrogen. Investigation Of Structures Involves Regulating Chemical Constitution And Composition Of Organic Materials And Compounds Through Numerous Chemical And Physical Methods, Whereas A Study Of Properties Involves Evaluation Of Chemical Reactivity To Understand The Behavior Of Organic Matter In Its Purest Forms, If Possible In Mixtures, Fabricated Forms And Solutions As Well. At first, This Branch Of Chemistry Was Finite To Compounds That Were Produced By Living Organisms But Now It Has Been Widespread To Incorporate Man-Made Substances Namely Plastics.