what is aldehyde? , Chemistry

Aldehyde is a carbonyl compound in which one valency of carbonyl carbon is satisfied by hydrogen atom and other by a alkyl group.

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Aldehyde is organic cmpound containg satuated bonding between carbon and oxygen..

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