Why CO2 is not studied in organic chemistry while it is related to living beings and it has carbon?
Carbon dioxide is still considered inorganic. It is present as calcium carbonate in limestone and a few other minerals are carbonate based. Organic chemistry is mainly concerned with carbon compounds containing carbon AND hydrogen with other elements like nitrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and the halogens sometimes included. It aludes to compounds thought to only occur in living tissue. Although, urea is made from two inorganics ammonia and carbon dioxde. GOOD QUESTION!
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