Question: Science

what are the structures, composition, properties, types and examples of aldehydes ?

In Science | Asked by JhengPot

Aldehyde is an organic compound. Its structure includes a carbon atom that shares a double bond with an oxygen atom, and a single bond with hydrogen (and a single bond with another atom or group of atoms). This makes it part of the carbonyl group. They often have a good smell to them as they are derived from different types of alcohols. As polymers aldehydes become plastics that are used in cooking, laminate countertops (Formica), or as perfume additives.

Dr. John Carmen | 1482 days ago