A compound in which carbon is nearly always bonded to itself, to hydrogen, and often to other elements.
Chemicals similar to volatile organic compounds but that do not evaporate as readily. Polynucleated aromatic hydrocarbons are semi-volatile compounds.
Compounds containing carbon atoms combined with each other and with atoms of one or more other elements such as hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus, chlorine, and fluorine. All other compounds are called inorganic compounds.
Substances containing mainly carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen.
Chemicals containing carbon, e.g., benzene or 1,3-butadiene
chemical compounds that contain carbon, an element usually associated with life processes
a large group of chemical compounds that contain carbon. All living organisms are made up of organic compounds. Some types of organic gases, including olefins, substituted aromatics and aldehydes, are highly reactive -- i.e., have high ozone-producing potential. Standards to control organic compounds are found in the BAAQMD's Regulation 8
Substances that contain Carbon.
compounds that have carbon atoms.
generally all compounds that contain the element carbon, with a few exceptions, e.g., CaCO3
Chemical compounds containing carbon and hydrogen molecules.
Compounds produced in or by plants and animals and containing carbon as the essential ingredient.- P ~ R
Chemical compounds containing mainly carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen. All living organisms are made up of organic compounds.
Compounds composed of carbon and hydrogen. Organic compounds form the basic building blocks of living tissue.
Compounds that contain chains of atoms of the element carbon, e.g. proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
Natural or synthetic substances based on carbon.
Chemical compounds based on carbon chains or rings and also containing hydrogen, with or without oxygen, nitrogen, and other elements.
Chemicals that contain carbon. Volatile organic compounds vaporize at room temperature and pressure. They are found in many indoor sources, including many common household products and building materials.
compounds (collections of atoms) containing carbon.
Compounds containing chains of carbon and hydrogen atoms.
are compounds that contain carbon, hydrogen, and often oxygen. Organic compounds are combustible and can therefore be destroyed in an incinerator.
Complex chemical compounds that contain carbon.
Chemicals whose molecules are structured with carbon. The term should not be confused with naturally occurring.
Complex molecules organized around skeletons of carbon atoms arranged in rings or chains; includes biomolecules, molecules synthesized by living organisms.
Compounds principally made of carbon in combination with hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen. Generally, organic compounds are found in living organisms.
compounds containing carbon in their molecular make-up. Nearly all plastics and rubbers are based on carbon
Compounds produced in or by plants and animals and containing carbon as the essential ingredient. ORV Off-Road Vehicle.