Skeletal (line-angle, bond-line) formulas and condensed formulasSkeletal (line-angle, bond-line) formulas
- The bonds between $ C $ atoms are represented, but not the $ C $ atoms themselves.
- The $ H $ atoms attached to the atoms $ C $ are not represented, nor their bonds.
- The heteroatoms $ (\neq C, H) $ must be represented with all attached $ (\neq C) $ atoms
- The $ C $ atoms are represented with the bonds between them.
- If the bonds between $ C $ atoms are simple, they can be left out.
- Simple functions and ramifications are inserted behind the $ C $ atoms
You see the skeletal formula of a molecule:
How many $C$? $H$?
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