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A unitA particular measure of a physical quantity that is used to express the magnitude of the physical quantity; for example, the meter is the unit of the physical quantity, length. of length equal to 100 pm or 10-10 m.
The number of grams of iodine that react with 100 g of an organicRefers to the branch of chemistry that studies compounds containing carbon, usually in combination with hydrogen and other elements such as O, N, S, and P. Certain small ions and compounds containing carbon (such as carbonate ions and carbon dioxide) are not considered to be organic, but rather are classed as inorganic.compoundA substance made up of two or more elements and having those elements present in definite proportions; a compound can be decomposed into two or more different substances., usually a fatA substance that is an ester of glycerol and three fatty acids; a triglyceride.; indicative of the degree of unsaturation in the compound.