A Level Chemistry (OCR A) at University of Cambridge

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A Level Chemistry (OCR A)

What is a polymer?

Large, complex molecules composed of long chains of monomers joined together

A Level Chemistry (OCR A)

What is a monomer?


Small, basic molecular units

A Level Chemistry (OCR A)

What does condensation reaction produce?

Water

A Level Chemistry (OCR A)

What C-C bond does saturated fatty acid have?

Single, no double carbon bonds

A Level Chemistry (OCR A)

What does saturated mean?

Can't take anymore hydrogens

A Level Chemistry (OCR A)

Where are eukaryotes are found?

Found in animals, plants, algae and fungi

A Level Chemistry (OCR A)

What bond is formed by the condensation of two monosaccharides?

Glycosidic bond

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Examples of monosaccharides

Glucose (alpha and beta), fructose, galactose

A Level Chemistry (OCR A)

What do the branches do in amylopectin?

It allows enzymes to get to the glycosidic bonds easily which means that glucose can be released quickly

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What is the position of the OH group in the alpha glucose?

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