(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Organic molecules must have carbon and hydrogen and along with carbon and hydrogen they may contain nitrogen, oxygen and phosphorus. I could be wrong, so if anyone could confirm this that would be great, but i think the difference is that with most organic molecules, you have a carbon backbone.
Organic molecules are usually found in living systems; they always consist of carbon in the form of chains or rings. Organic molecules will usually consist of C, H, O, or N. Inorganic molecules don't really consist of C and are not normally found in living things.
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