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1 9/3/10 1. Condensation and hydrolysis reactions 2. Carbohydrate monomers are simple sugars 3. Polysaccharides differ in bond complexity 4. Lipids – diverse group of mainly nonpolar molecules Homework #1 has been posted (and corrected) and is to be done by NEXT Wednesday How to build a great variety of carbon compounds 1. Vary the carbon chain arrangement (length of chain, straight chain or ring, branched or unbranched chain) 2. Vary the presence of one or more double bonds in the carbon chain 3. Add different functional groups on the chain; each type of functional group gives properties and personality to the chain. 4. Form different isomers with exactly the same number and type of atoms. Isomers Fig. 4-7 Structural Geometric Enantiomers Which type of isomers are (1) fructose and (2) glucose to each other? (2) Glucose and (3) Galactose To each other? Answer choices: (A) Structural (B) Geometric (C)Enantiomer 1 2 3 When units (e.g., sugars) are linked together to make a chain, a water
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2010 for the course BIO 311C taught by Professor Satasivian during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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