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BCH311-Fall2009-SI-SampleExam - B CH311 Fall 2009 A nswer...

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BCH311 Fall 2009 Section I/Sample Exam Niall Howlett, Ph.D. Answer all questions 1. All of the following statements are true of biomolecules, except: a) They contain predominantly ionic bonds b) They contain predominantly nonmetallic elements c) Carbon is the key element d) They are polymers of many monomers e) All of these characterize biomolecules 2. All of the following bonds are important in biomolecules, except: 3. The complexity and wide variety of biomolecules that exist in nature is a direct consequence of the ability of carbon to: 4. The following two functional groups represent: 5. The six most abundant chemical elements found in biomolecules are: a) C, H, O, N, S, and P b) C, H, O, N, Na, and P c) C, H, O, K, S, and P d) C, H, Na, N, S, and P e) C, K, O, N, S, and P
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