3 edition of Living in Environment found in the catalog.
Living in Environment
by Wadsworth Publishing Company
Written in English
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Organic Compounds have Carbon AND Hydrogen (ex: C6H12O6 is organic, H2O, CO2, and NO3 are not). Organic molecules are also larger than inorganic molecules.