Below are examples of compounds found in nature. These compounds can be divided into three groups: alkanes and bicyclic compounds, alkynes and alcohols. In addition to alkanes, the following list also includes organic compounds: aromatic, aliphatic, and heterocyclic. These lists also include carboxylic acid derivatives and nitriles as well as esters and amides.
This list also includes isomers, which are compounds that have the same molecular formula but have different chemical structures. The compound magnesium chloride has the formula MgCl2, while the other two are benzyl and ethyl. Please provide a name for each compound. This list can include any combination of these substances. The more common compounds will not appear on this list.