Importance of organic chemistry

Describe the importance of organic chemistry?

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In organic chemistry one practices it both medicinally one practices it to test for an illness way back from the ancient times. It is also a good diagnostic implement by smell feel or touch. We can really notice the smell of decay in the organic chemistry.

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