WATER

H2O

YRY
     

 

Hydrochloric Acid HCl  
     
Methane CH4  
   
Carbon Dioxide CO2  
     
METHANOL (Wood Alcohol) CH3OH  
   
ETHANOL  (ethyl alcohol) CH2OH  
     
DIMETHYL ETHER

CH3OCH3

 

 

 
ETHANOIC ACID(also known as acetic acid)

CH3COOH

 
   
CARBONIC ACID CH2O2  
     
VINYL CHLORIDE C2H3Cl  
     
GLUCOSE (Sugar) C6H12O6  
     
ISOMERIC BUTANE C4H10  
   
     
     
ETHENE(also called acetylene)

,C2H2

 

 

 
   
CARBON TETRA CHLORIDE    
     
POTASSIUM CHLORIDE    
     
METHANAL (A.K.A. Formaldehyde) CH2O  

 

 
     
     
   
   
   
 

 

 

 

 

 

   
   

 

 

 

methanoic acid (also known as formic acid)

HCOOH

 

 

ethane, C2H6

propane, C3H8

butane, C4H10 & pentane, C5H12

hexane, C6H14  & eptane, C7H16

 

Special Note: there are TWO (or more) different ways to make

some structures, starting with the C4H10 formula.

 ethyne (also called acetylene), C2H2

 propyne, C3H4

butyne, C4H6

Special Note: Butyne can have the triple

bond in two different locations.

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