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What is the primary use for aldehydes and ketones?

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Try and use logic. What are lubricants? Long chain hydrocarbon compounds, and sometimes long chain esters. Plastics are from monomers, which are low molecular weight compounds, usually alkenes. So really, what you are left with is aldehydes and
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