Outline on RDX for final

Objective: Organize your thoughts and the main points of your research for your final presentation
Therequired elements: Depending on the type of molecule/substance you havechosen you will address different sets of questions. Please see thecategory that responds to your selection. Your outline shouldcontain the following elements in this order, and please note that someof these should be your personal observations. Also remember that yourpresentation (Assignment #3) should only be 10-15 slides, so you need tobe concise and clear with your information.IntroductionMolecule/substance IntroductionThecommon and IUPAC name of your molecule/substance. Please see this linkto help with scientific names if needed: IUPAC Nomenclature Of OrganicChemistry: https://www.acdlabs.com/iupac/nomenclature/Where you can observe your molecule/substance in society and/or in nature.A brief discussion on why you chose your molecule/substance.Ifpossible, a picture and/or video of you safely observing yourmolecule/substance in the field. If you cannot safely observe it, pleaseinclude a couple of images from the internet.BodyDescriptionYoumust include a physical description. You can use your personalobservations from photographs. If you cannot safely observe yourmolecule/substance, you must research.Physical Characteristics (appearance, texture, color, odor, melting point, boiling point, density, solubility, polarity, etc.)Chemical description: You will need to research the chemical properties of your compound/molecule)Chemical Characteristics (stability in air or other environment, flammability, volatility, etc)Discoverya.Describe the initial discovery of your molecule. Who discovered themolecule, when, how, etc? Some compounds are part of a largersubstance/plant. If this is the case, describe the isolation of yourspecific compound. The isolation refers to the initial time yourmolecule/substance was discovered from its raw materials, or isolatedfrom its natural resources.Usage and Benefit or Harm to SocietyWherehas your molecule/substance been used. Is it used regularly or is hasit only been used on occasion? If your compound is one we ingest wheneating, include information on foods it’s commonly found in.Writeabout the Benefit or Harm to Society Caused by your molecule/substance.Many compounds can be used as bioweapons or have both positive andnegative impacts. Other compounds have had benefits as medicines or havecaused harm as illicit narcotics. All of these are good ideas to startout thinking about, so I’d like you to discuss these impacts on society,the future, and in any way you can think they may be beneficial orharmful. Please see here for some hints on drug development.ConclusionThis section should contain four to six points that sum up the main points from the body of the outline.Startyour conclusive section with one sentence summarizing some basicinformation about your chosen molecule/substance (common and IUPAC nameand physical characteristics).Continue with a brief summary (1-2 sentences) about the isolation and synthesis of the molecule/substance.Include a brief summary (1-2 sentences) about the structure and function of your chosen molecule/substance.Wrapup the conclusive section with a closing note that provides briefinformation about a unique fact and/or behavior of your chosen.The Reference SectionThis is not just the reference page; rather, referencing should occur throughout the outline as it will in your presentation. Therefore, your outline should include both a separate reference page containing a minimum of five sources listed in proper APA reference list format AND