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Some Acid

Acid A substance that produces H+ (H3O+) when dissolved in water. A proton donor. A electronpair acceptor. a substace that bonds to an electron pair
Amino acid An orgaic compound contaning two functional groups. an amino group (NH2) and a carboxyl group (COOH). Amino acids are the building blocks for proteis.
Carboxylic acid An organic compound having a carboxyl group
Essential amino acid An amino acid that is not synthesized by the body and therefore must be supplied in the diet
Glucogenic amino acid An amino acid that is used to produce glucose
Ketogenic amino acid An amino acid that cause an increase in the rate of ketone body formation.
Nucleic acids Complex organic acids essential to life and found in the nucleus of living cells. They consists of thousands of units called nucleotides. includes DNA and RNA.
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