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highly polar and may act as a weak acid.
act as an acid by donating hydrogen ions.
carbonyl group/ in the middle of the skeleton structure (characterizes ketone)
may be a structural isomer of a ketone
forms disulfide bonds
characterized by the presence of sulfhydryl group
also helps stabilize proteins by forming covalent cross-link within or between protein molecules
acts as a base
contributes negative charge
since P is a component of ATP, it contributes to energy transfer.
why are hydrocarbons insoluble in water?
the majority of their bonds are non-polar covalent carbon-to-hydrogen linkage
what function group would cause a molecule such as citric acid to be acidic
the presence or absence of functional groups
variations in the reactive properties of different organic molecules are most closely associated with
if a compound contains hydroxyl as its predominant functional group what is true concerning this compound?
it should dissolve in water
amino & carboxyl
two functional groups are always found in amino acids.
amino acids are acids because they always possess which functional group?
in what ways do testosterone and estradiol molecules differ from each other?
testosterone and estradiol have different functional group attached to the same carbon skeleton
what action could produce a carbonyl group?
the replacement of the -OH of a carboxyl group with a hydrogen
what statement about a methyl functional group is correct?
a methyl group consists of a carbon bonded to three hydrogen atoms
Biology 114- Chapter 4
Unit 4: Campbell Biology; Tenth Edition; Chapter 4; Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life *MartinezCynthia*
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