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Organic Chemistry

Monomer One basic unit of a compound. More than one is a polymer
Compound A substance that contains two or more molecules
Molecule A group of two or more atoms bonded together by sharing electrons
Organic Molecule A compound that contains carbon
Inorganic Molecule A compound that does not contain carbon
Amino Acid The building blocks that combine to make protein polymers
Protein An organic molecule, which is composed of amino acids
Nucleic Acid An organic compound that is composed of nucleotides (DNA & RNA)
Carbohydrate An organic compound that is composed of monosaccharides
Polymer A large molecule (macro) that is composed of repeating monomers
Saccharide an organic compound containing sugar
Lipids An organic compound that is composed of fatty acids and glycerol
Chemical bonds Something that binds
Created by: Bresonis-Hall