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chemistry 112


where does the fat digestion begin small intestine
what stores and releases energy for metabolism adenosine triphosphate
the backbone of DNA is held together by phosphodiester
compared to uncatalyzed reaction, an enzyme catalyzed reaction what occurs at a faster rate
"essential" amino acids mean what? most be obtained from our diet
primary structure of proteins... the amino acid sequence
-OH attached to an aromatic ring phenol
tertiary structure hydrogen bonds, hydrophobic interaction, disulfide bonds, salt bridges
compared to saturated fatty acids, unsaturated fatty acids have lower melting points
for a carbon atom to be chiral it needs four bonds
alkanes are more soluble in water than in non-polar solvents false
carboxyl groups are found in all fatty acids true
carboxylic acids are strong acids false
mild oxidation of primary alcohol produces aldehyde
Created by: seagan3