Human Anatomy & Physiology (9th Edition)

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Chapter 2 - Chemistry Comes Alive - Review Questions - Page 59: 15


(d) sodium chloride

Work Step by Step

Organic molecules generally have both carbon and hydrogen atoms in their structure. Sodium chloride is composed of only sodium and chlorine, and therefore it cannot be considered organic. The rest of the answer choices contain both carbon and hydrogen and are therefore organic.
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