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1. What is the difference between organic and inorganic molecules?
1. organic has carbon Inorganic does not.
2. Identify the following molecules as organic or inorganic. A) H 2 O B) C 6 H 12 O 6
2. A) H 2 O inorganic B) C 6 H 12 O 6 organic
3. What makes carbon a unique molecule?
3. A. it can bond with up to 4 other things B. it can form single, double, and triple bonds
4) What are hydrocarbons made up of ?
4) hydrogen and carbon
5. Are the following molecules hydrocarbons? A) H 2 O B) CH 4
5. A) H 2 O no B) CH 4 yes
6. What is the ratio of hydrogen to oxygen in a carbohydrate?
6. 2 hydrogen for every 1 oxygen
7. What are the building blocks or monomers of carbohydrates?
8. List two monosaccharides?
8. glucose, galactose, fructose
9. What are two other names for a monosaccharide?
9. simple sugar or single sugar
10. What is special about a monosaccharide to a human?
10. It is the form of sugar that our bodies can break down and use for energy.
11. What is another name for a disaccharide?
11. double sugar
12. What does hydro mean?
13. What does it mean to dehydrate something?
13. take water away
14. What does synthesis mean?
14. to put together or build
15. What does lysis mean?
15. to break
16. In what form do living things store excess sugar? Mono, di, or polysaccharide?
17. What is the name of the sugar that animals store excess in?
18. What is the name of the sugar plants store excess in?
19. How many sugars are needed to make a polysaccharide?
19. three or more
20. What does dehydration synthesis do? Put things together or tear them apart?
20. put them together
21. What does hydrolysis do? Put things together or break them part?
21. break them apart
22. What process is taking place? OH O + H 2 O
22. Dehydration synthesis OH O + H 2 O
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