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Dehydration Synthesis rx

1 1 Macromolecules Chapter 5 2 macromolecules Large organic polymers 4 classes of macromolecules in living organisms Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic acids Only 40-50 common monomers are used to construct macromolecules New properties emerge when these are arranged in different orders 3 ...

Carbon and Macromolecules

Carbon Makes Organic Molecules Why Carbon Carbon is the second most abundant element in living organisms Carbon can share four electrons, therefore it can bond to four additional atoms Carbon establishes covalent bonds (stable, high energy bonds)

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 Macromolecules


Slide 13 of 39 Build up or Break Down • Dehydra 9on Synthesis • Builds a polymer from monomers (Synthesis)

What are the four groups of macromolecules?

Vocabulary Vocabulary Macromolecule Macromolecule term used to describe large molecules such as term used to describe large molecules such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids Monomer Monomer t he repeating unit molecules of ...

Chapter 5: The Structure and Function of Macromolecules

♥Chapter 5: The Structure and Function of Macromolecules Outline I. Most macrocolecules are polymers II. A limitless variety of polymers can be built from a small set of monomers III.

Macromolecule Mixes!

Overview Description In this assignment, students will compare and contrast different macromolecules. In addition, students will identify the macromolecules in a variety of substances using various indicators.

CHAPTER 3 MACROMOLECULES

CHAPTER 3 MACROMOLECULES I. Functional groups in organic compounds A. attached to C atoms B. are most often involved in chemical reactions C. presence gives molecules unique properties D. amino acid as example Students responsible for 7 functional groups - be able to name, recognize and describe ...

Carbon Chemistry

1 The Molecules of Life: MacroMolecules Chapt. 3 •Most molecules are small! •More molecules in a cup of water than there are stars in the sky! •Water is small.

Functional Groups to macromolecules

CELLULAR CHEMISTRY 2 Proteins 1. Proteins denature when heated due to the fragile bonds of their 1˚ structure. (T/F) 2. Quaternary structure of proteins is the tendency of polypeptides to fold into globular shapes.

Macromolecules: Latest Articles (ACS Publications) Janus ...

Macromolecules: Latest Articles (ACS Publications) Janus Nanosheets of Polymer–Inorganic Layered Composites Macromolecules DOI: 10.1021/ma2021908 Synthesis, Characterization and Thermolysis of Hyperbranched Homo- and Amphiphilic CoPolymers Prepared Using an Inimer Bearing a Thermolyzable ...