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Classify the following:

1) CH3CN
There is a triple bond between the C and N.

I am really not sure what compound this is.

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    This is a nitrile.

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    Is that a functional group?

  • chemistry -

    yes, along with amides, carboxylic acids, alcohols, etc

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    ok thank you!

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