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Unit 2-Biochemistry, MO, Ryan, J(Boogie) by Mind Map: Unit 2-Biochemistry, MO, Ryan, J(Boogie)
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Unit 2-Biochemistry, MO, Ryan, J(Boogie)

types of polymers

polymers made of monomers witch is smaller molecule

Lipids

Protiens

Nucleic acids

carbs

Carbs are sugars

structure, Isomers

Types of sugars (saccharides), Monosaccharide, The most popular simple sugars, Glucose, Sport Drinks, Fructose, Fruits, Galactose, Milk, Disaccharide, The most popular double sugars, Maltose, Biscuits And Grains, Sucrose, Table sugar, Lactose, milk, Polysaccharide, The most popular complex sugars, Starch, Potatose, Glycogen, Animal Products, cellulose, Green plants, Chitin, Animals

Chemical Reactions

Intro

Simple sugars combine together to form more complex sugars, but simple sugars don't fit together, so this where this kind of chemical reactions come in place to fix this problem

Dehydration Synthesis

Another name is Condensation It is the process that join Monomers together by removing a water molecule form the reaction between the monomers pair

Hydrolysis

The process that break down polymers by adding water to the reaction between the two joined monomers(polymers)

The Element Bank

The Element Bank is the place where you can find anythin you want to know about the elements that relate to subject

Carbohydrates

the formula MAY VARY

Carbon*, An element found in carbohydrates, Chemical Prop., The Symbol is C, catenation, Carbon-carbon is very strong bond and stable, The atomic number is 6

Hydrogen, An element found in carbohydrates

Oxygen, An element found in carbohydrates

Water

after the condensation process between two monosaccharide water is released H2O

Hydrogen

Oxygen

Carbs Tests

A tests to determine what class of carbs we have

Iodine test

is adding Iodine to carbohydrates sample the carbs colour will change to black/blue

Monosaccaride, -

Disaccharide, -

Polysaccharide, +

Bendicits test

in adding boiling bendicits to carbohydrates sample

Monosaccharide, +

disaccharide, -

Polysaccharide, -

Putting the result together

Iff we have both test's results then we can classify unknown sugars Relate to the 2 pictures uploaded and make apply the result

Monosaccharide, Iodine(-);Bendicits(+)

Disaccharide, Iodine(-);Bendicits(-)

Polysacchairde, Iodine(+);Bendicits(-)