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Q: How many covalent bonds are there in one molecule of silica, SiO2?
A: Silicon dioxide also known as SiO2 has a total number of 4 atoms. In the vast majority of silicates, the Si atom shows tetrahedral coordination, with 4 oxygen atoms surrounding a central Si atom. [ [ The most common example is seen in the quartz crystalline form of silica SiO2. ]
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User: Explain why proteins are considered polymers, but lipids are not.

User: How many covalent bonds are there in one molecule of silica, SiO2?

Weegy: Silicon dioxide also known as SiO2 has a total number of 4 atoms. In the vast majority of silicates, the Si atom shows tetrahedral coordination, with 4 oxygen atoms surrounding a central Si atom. [ [ The most common example is seen in the quartz crystalline form of silica SiO2. ]
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User: Distinguish between RNA and DNA.

User: Describe the parts of a nucleotide.

User: Describe why proteins are essential for your body.

User: How can you account for the great number, size, and complexity of organic compounds?

User: Explain the differences between saturated and unsaturated lipids.

User: What characteristic do all organic compounds have in common?

User: What are the four groups of organic compounds found in living things?

Weegy: All living things are composed of organic compounds. Generally, organic compounds are distinguished from inorganic compounds by the presence of both carbon and hydrogen. We are referred to as carbon-based life forms, as is all life on earth. [ This means that carbon is a component of most of the chemical molecules that make up living organisms on this planet. ]
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User: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Give an example of each of the following types of organic compounds: lipids, nucleic acids and carbohydrates.

Weegy: a) carbohydrates
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User: Give an example of each of the following types of organic compounds: lipids, nucleic acids and carbohydrates.

Weegy: a) carbohydrates
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User: What is a polymer? Give an example.

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