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other types of interactions They are important when they occur in large numbers and when molecular shapes permit close contact between atoms Key Concepts 2.3 A molecule consists of atoms joined by covalent bonds Other important chemical bonds include ionic bonds Hydrogen bonds and van der Waals interactions are weak attractions ANIMATION: How atoms bond To play movie you must be in Slide Show Mode PC Users/


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atom farthest from the carbonyl group pointing toward the right, whereas the L form has the hydroxyl group on this carbon pointing toward the left. 21.3 The D and L Families of Sugars: Drawing Sugar Molecules Chirality and/molecule and a-1,6 branches approximately every 25 units along its chain. It is not soluble. 21.9 Some Important Polysaccharides Glycogen Glycogen stores energy in animals in the liver and/. Chapter Summary, Continued What are the structures and functions of cellulose, starch, and glycogen/


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Chemical Basis of Life Chapter 2 Chemistry Matter is made up of separate chemical components –Chemistry = Interactions between atoms/molecules Sub-cellular concepts Matter Atoms Elements Natural elements –About 25 essential for life –H,O,N,C = 96% of human body –Trace elements Atomic Structure 3 Basic subatomic particles. –Proton –Electron –Neutrons Atomic Number Atomic Mass Periodic Table of Elements Isotopes different forms of same element. Same number of/


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