What Are Aromatic Carbohydrates?

Benzene (the simplest aromatic hydrocarbon) is a colorless liquid. Although harmful, it is often used as a cleaning agent. Benzene has a characteristic hexagonal molecule that consists of 6 Hydrogen atoms and 6 Carbon atoms. Its molecule is often called the benzene ring. Substances with such structures in molecules have a certain smell. Therefore, compounds having a benzene ring are called aromatic.

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