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Review1 - (n A B C D Carbohydrate Nucleo

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The molecule depicted below is a(n) A. Carbohydrate B. Nucleo<de C. Lipid D. Amino acid
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A bunch of amino acids strung together is a A. Polysaccharide B. Polynucleo<de C. Protein D. Polymer E. Pep<de
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The greater the pKa of a molecule A. The more basic the solu<on must be to deprotonate it B. The more acidic the solu<on must be to deprotonate it C. Not enough informa<on given to answer the ques<on
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Which of the following is stronger than a typical H‐ bond? A. Ionic bond in water B. Ionic bond in gas phase C. Covalent bond D. All of the above
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The molecule depicted below is a(n) A. Carbohydrate B. Nucleo<de C. Lipid D. Amino acid
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The hydrolysis of ATP is A. Favored enthalpically and entropically B. Favored enthalpically but disfavored entropically C. Disfavored enthalpically but favored entropically D. Disfavored both enthalpically and entropically E. Can’t tell
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Proteins are primarily used for A. Structure and catalysis B. Structure and energy C. Catalysis and energy D. Structure, catalysis, and energy
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Which of the following is weaker than a typical ionic bond in water?
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