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What is the example of organic compound?

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CH4, CH3COOH....anything with Carbon except a few such as CO2 C(carbon) CO... It should be also noted that organic compound is rarely put into ratio form, and that the functional group (-CH3 -COOH -CHO etc) is always shown
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An organic compound belongs to a class of chemical compounds that contain carbon. Carbon dioxide, methane, citric acid and camphor are examples of organic compounds.
There are some carbon-containing compounds that are considered inorganic, such as carbides, carbonates, simple oxides of carbon, cyanides, diamond and graphite.
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