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© Malcolm G Stephen 2004

© Malcolm G Stephen 2004

© Malcolm G Stephen 2004. sunflower oil coconut oil. cod liver oil whale oil. lard suet. Naturally occurring. Animal fat. Vegetable oil. Marine oil. Fats and oils are built from an alcohol with three -O-H groups . glycerol. Systematic name is propane-1,2,3-triol.

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Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Biochemistry. The importance of carbon to living things…. Carbon has 4 electrons in its outermost level (half full) 2) It can form up to 4 bonds. 3) It can form compounds of many different shapes. Some important words to know.

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Name Reactions B.Sc.II P-V By N. M.Gosavi

Name Reactions B.Sc.II P-V By N. M.Gosavi

Name Reactions B.Sc.II P-V By N. M.Gosavi. . Synthesis and Reactions of β- Dicarbonyl compounds. Introduction Compounds having two carbonyl groups separated by an intervening carbon are called β-dicarbonyl compunds, and these compounds are highly versatile reagents for organic synthesis.

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Chapter 5. 		Macromolecules

Chapter 5. Macromolecules

Chapter 5. Macromolecules. Macromolecules. Smaller organic molecules join together to form larger molecules macromolecules 4 major classes of macromolecules: carbohydrates lipids proteins nucleic acids. Polymers. Long molecules built by linking chain of repeating smaller units

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condensation

condensation

Maltose – a disaccharide. A maltose molecule is formed from two α -glucose molecules. A water molecule splits out – this is a condensation reaction …. condensation. … and the two glucose units are linked by a glycosidic bond (or link). Replay Close window.

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condensation

condensation

Lactose – a disaccharide. An α -lactose molecule is formed from one β -galactose molecule and one α -glucose molecule. A water molecule splits out – this is a condensation reaction …. condensation. … and the two monosaccharide units are linked by a glycosidic bond (or link).

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CHAPTER 5 THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF MACROMOLECULES

CHAPTER 5 THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF MACROMOLECULES

CHAPTER 5 THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF MACROMOLECULES. Chapter 5 Objectives. After reading this chapter, completing the study guide, and participating in class, you should be able to: List the levels of biological organization from subatomic particles through macromolecules

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Synthesis of metal oxide aerogels from their salts Helmut Schäfer, Kathleen Heinrich , Barbara Milow, Lorenz Ratke

Synthesis of metal oxide aerogels from their salts Helmut Schäfer, Kathleen Heinrich , Barbara Milow, Lorenz Ratke

Synthesis of metal oxide aerogels from their salts Helmut Schäfer, Kathleen Heinrich , Barbara Milow, Lorenz Ratke Institut für Materialphysik im Weltraum, Linder Höhe, D-51147 Köln. Background. Synthesis of aerogels from their metal salts for application as additives in foundry industry

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Lipids

Lipids

Lipids. Lipids. Also consist of C, H, and O There are fewer OH bonds and more CH bonds Insoluble in water but soluble in other non-polar substances 4 Groups of Lipids Fats Phospholipids Steroids Waxes. Fats are the most common energy storing molecule 9 cal/g

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Esters (p. 49)

Esters (p. 49)

Esters (p. 49). Organic compound formed by the condensation reaction of a carboxylic acid and an alcohol. O O R-C-OH + R-OH  R-C-O-R’ + H 2 O (ester). Esters (p. 49). O R-C-O-R’ Naming:

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Condensation of phosphoric acid

Condensation of phosphoric acid

Condensation of phosphoric acid. Three phosphoric acid molecules. Two may undergo a condensation reaction , with a water molecule being eliminated. And a third will also undergo a condensation reaction , again with the elimination of a water molecule. Replay Close window.

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Discussion #5:

Discussion #5:

Discussion #5:. Life’s informational polymers. Central Dogma . What are proteins?. What are proteins?. Proteins are polymers of amino acids. General structure of amino acids. R-groups fall into 3 major types. Charged, polar Uncharged, polar Hydrophobic, nonpolar.

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Writing Prompts for Ch. 2 Bio. Test

Writing Prompts for Ch. 2 Bio. Test

Writing Prompts for Ch. 2 Bio. Test. 1. Explain how the building blocks (monomers) of proteins are put together to build a polypeptide (polymer). Monomer, polymer, amino acids, peptide bonds, dehydration synthesis/condensation reaction, water. Writing Prompts for Ch. 2 Bio. Test.

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3.4 – Lipids (Fats)

3.4 – Lipids (Fats)

3.4 – Lipids (Fats). Learning Objectives. Learn what a triglyceride is. Learn what a fatty acid is. Learn the structure of a phospholipid . Learn how lipids are tested for. What is a lipid?. Like most other biochemical substances, lipids contain carbon , hydrogen and oxygen .

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Esters

Esters

Esters. C.I. 13.5. What are they? How are they made?. Formed when an alcohol reacts with a carboxylic acid. Very slow reaction, unless! an acid catalyst used (usually sulphuric acid) A condensation reaction

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Bio Boot Camp

Bio Boot Camp

Bio Boot Camp. Biochemistry. Carbon. Covalent bond. Carbon double bond. Carbon (and nitrogen) triple bond. Carbon Chains. Branched chain. Carbon rings. Carbon variety. Monomer and Polymer. Monomers are like legos…. You can put them together in whatever way you dream up!.

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Synthesis of ATP from ADP

Synthesis of ATP from ADP

Synthesis of ATP from ADP. Phosphoric acid and ADP undergo a condensation reaction Water is eliminated and ATP is formed. Replay Close window.

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Bio Boot Camp

Bio Boot Camp

Bio Boot Camp. Biochemistry. Carbon. Covalent bond. Carbon double bond. Carbon (and nitrogen) triple bond. Carbon Chains. Branched chain. Carbon rings. Carbon variety. Monomer and Polymer. Monomers are like legos…. You can put them together in whatever way you dream up!.

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Academic Biology Organic Compounds and Enzymes

Academic Biology Organic Compounds and Enzymes

Academic Biology Organic Compounds and Enzymes. Goals 2.01, 2.02, 2.04. Cells are made of organic compounds. Organic compounds are made of three major elements, carbon (C), hydrogen (H), and oxygen (O). Other elements may be present, but these three are the most common.

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Chapter 3 - the

Chapter 3 - the

Chapter 3 - the. MOLECULES. of l ife. What we eat!. And.. What we fart!. Organic Compounds. Organic Compounds contain Carbon. Carbon is an important element because… It forms 4 bonds. Tends to form strong covalent bonds. Organic Compounds. Can combine to form:

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