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Match the following terms and definitions. 1. synthesis of repeating molecules carbohydrate 2. decomposition using water nucleic acid 3. two or more simpler molecules strung together polymerization 4. a group of organic compounds including fats and steroids hydrolysis 5. a sugar or polymer of sugar protein 6. a sequence of sugars, phosphates, and nitrogenous organic bases lipid 7. large number of amino acids linked together by peptide bonds polymer
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User: Match the following terms and definitions. 1. synthesis of repeating molecules carbohydrate 2. decomposition using water nucleic acid 3. two or more simpler molecules strung together polymerization 4. a group of organic compounds including fats and steroids hydrolysis 5. a sugar or polymer of sugar protein 6. a sequence of sugars, phosphates, and nitrogenous organic bases lipid 7. large number of amino acids linked together by peptide bonds polymer

Weegy: 1. synthesis of repeating molecules: polymerization.
2. decomposition using water: hydrolysis.
3. two or more simpler molecules strung together: polymer.
4. a group of organic compounds including fats and steroids: lipids.
5. a sugar or polymer of sugar: carbohydrate.
6. a sequence of sugars, phosphates, and nitrogenous organic bases: nucleic acid.
7. large number of amino acids linked together by peptide bonds: protein.



User: How many electrons does carbon lack in its outer shell? 1 2 3 4

Weegy: Electrons in the outermost shell are called valence electrons
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User: Large organic molecules that are synthesized from multiple identical subunits are _____. carbohydrates polymers proteins nucleic acids all of the above

Weegy: Large organic molecules which are synthesized from multiple identical subunits are: carbohydrates, polymers, proteins, nucleic acids.



User: Select all that apply. Functional groups are a group of molecules attached to a carbon-based core of an organic molecule. Key functional groups are _____. carbohydrates aminos phosphates proteins carbonyls

Weegy: Functional groups are a group of molecules attached to a carbon-based core of an organic molecule. Key functional groups are aminos; phosphates; carbonyls.




User: Water can act as either a(n) _____ or a _____. acid, base solute, solvent anion, cation salt, mixture

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Water acts as a solute and solvent.
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