Organic Chemist's Periodic Table
Organic chemistry is dominated by carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen. Other elements are commonly encountered in the organic lab, others less commonly and some... almost never at all...
A less than useful formulation (!):
followed by a slightly more useful organic chemist's periodic table:
|Periodic Table, What is it showing?||
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