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Exam 1 Notes Chapter 3 Water and calcium phosphate are the two main inorganic compounds in the  body Molecules with poloar bonds are more water soluble because water is polar Each type of functional group exhibits the same properties in all molecules in  which it occurs Geometric isomers (stereoisomer) positioning around the double bond Enantionmers (stereoisomer) mirror image of another molecule ose=carbohydrate four major biological organic molecules: carbs, lipids, proteins, and nucleic  acids (DNA and RNA) monosaccharides – ring form, can be represented both ways disaccharides – two rings together dehydration/condensation – loss of h20 broken apart by hydrolysis – addition of h20 glucose is bad from proteins because of the aldehyde group sucrose rather than glucose is stored because it could basically pickle you  due to aldehyde when ring is closed, can no longer open again plants store sucrose instead of glucose we store glycogen instead mono and di not stored due to osmosis, each represents another molecule – 
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