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(1) Which of the following diagrams represents a solution

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Problem 90QP

(1) Which of the following diagrams represents a solution of a weak diprotic acid? (2) Which diagrams represent chemically implausible situations? (The hydrated proton is shown as a hydronium ion. Water molecules are omitted for clarity.)

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Ch. 3 The Molecules of Life • Macromolecules o Carbohydrates o Proteins o Lipids/Fats o Nucleic Acids • Monomer: small molecules or subunits that join to make polymers • Polymer: a large molecule made from many subunits or monomers; the ends of polymer chains have one H molecule on one end and an OH - molecule on the other end • Organic means it has a carbon atom • To build a polymer chain there needs to be Dehydration Reaction/Condensation Synthesis, where a water molecule is lost and monomers are added to a polymer to create a longer polymer chain • Hydrolysis Reaction: the breaking of a polymer chain by adding a water molecule • Carbohydrates o Subunits are sugar (monosaccharide/saccharide) ▪ Pr

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Textbook: Chemistry: Atoms First
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Author: Julia Burdge, Jason Overby
ISBN: 9780073511160

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