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1 9/1/10 1. How to build a great variety of carbon compounds: double bonds or not? 2. Functional groups add ‘personality’ 3. Condensation and hydrolysis reactions 4. Introduction to Carbohydrates Homework #1 will be due NEXT Wednesday Sept 8. (The multiple-choice questions to answer on Blackboard have not been posted yet. Sorry for my miscommunication). Atomic structure Molecular structure Properties of molecule Interactions among molecules Membrane and organelle structure Cell structure Cell function Applying this to Carbon , beginning with molecules having only C and H Carbon skeletons vary Length of chain? Branched chain? Double bonds? Ring ? (figure 4.5) How would varying structure affect molecular behavior? Draw out the structure of two different forms of the molecule C 5 H 12 . (Remember that each C can form up to 4 single bonds; each H only 1 bond.) How to build a great variety of carbon compounds 1. Vary the carbon chain arrangement (length of chain, straight chain or ring,
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