Topic_4.1_4.2_Biochemistry - c. 5C pentose d. 6C - heksose...

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Introduction to Biochemistry Lipid, Carbohydrates, Protein and amino Acids , Polymers Chapter 4.0
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Lipids Chapter 4.1
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Lipids • Lipids are naturally occurring substances grouped together on the basis of a common property—they are more soluble in nonpolar solvents than in water.
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Carbohydrate Chapter 4.2
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• General formula C n (H 2 O) n • All have C=O and –OH functional group • Classified based on – Size of carbon chain – No of sugar units – Location of C=O Introduction
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Monosaccharide Simplest carbohydrate. Sweet and commonly known as sugar. Classified according to number C atoms. a. 3C – triose b. 4C – tetrose
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Unformatted text preview: c. 5C pentose d. 6C - heksose with aldehyde group aldose sugar. with ketone group ketose sugar. ketohexose aldohexose 6 Ketopentose aldopentose 5 Ketotetrose aldotetrose 4 Ketoriose aldotriose 3 Ketose sugar Aldose sugar No. of Carbon CH 2 OH H C C C C OH H O H OH H OH H C O H aldo- aldehyde group hex 6 carbon ose - carbohydrate aldohexose C C C C H O H OH H OH H CH 2 OH CH 2 OH O keto- ketone group hex 6 carbon ose - carbohydrate ketohexose Structural isomers C C C H O OH OH H H CH 2 O H C C C CH 2 OH O OH OH H CH 2 O H H aldotetrose ketopentose...
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