Chemistry 2 Worksheet(1)

Chemistry 2 Worksheet(1) - Chemistry 2 Worksheet What are...

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Chemistry 2 Worksheet What are the 4 groups of Organic compounds? CARBOHYDRATES; LIPIDS; PROTEINS; NUCLEIC ACIDS All organic compounds have a CARBON backbone or structure. The smallest carbohydrates are called MONOSACCHARIDES . An example is GLUCOSE and FRUCTOSE What do we use to join two or more simple sugars together? CONDENSATION REACTION We remove WATER in a condensation reaction. List the three complex carbohydrates and where they are located. STARCH-PLANTS CELLULOSE- PLANTS GLYCOGEN-ANIMALS How do we join together a fatty acid chain to a glycerol molecule? CONDENSATION REACTION Saturated fats are SOLIDS at room temperature. They have ALL SINGLE bonds in their structure. Phospholipids are composed of: C,O,H as well as P and N What portion of the phospholipid is hydrophobic? fatty acid tails Hydrophilic? glycerol heads Steroids have fatty acid chains. FALSE. LDL stands for: low density lipoprotein HDL stands for: high density lipoprotein The smallest unit of a protein is AMINO ACID
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