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A carbon atom double-bonded to an oxygen and single-bonded to two chemical groups (such as methane, benzene, anything besides hydrogen). The carbon-oxygen double bond part is known as a carbonyl group (-C=O). An example is acetone, which is a carbonyl group attached to two methanes (methyl groups: -CH3).

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