Carbon Compounds

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Carbon atoms can form four bonds allowing a diversity of compounds to exist.

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Carbon Compounds
  1. Carbon atoms form covalent bonds.

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    • Strongest type of bond.
    1. Carbon atoms can form 4 bonds.
      1. Examples are:
        1. Carbohydrates
          1. Made of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
            1. Ratio of two hydrogen to one oxygen.
          2. Nucleic Acids
            1. Chains of subunits called nucleotide.
              1. Contain carbon, hydroden, nitrogen and phosphorus.
            2. Lipids
              1. Insoluble in water.
              2. Proteins
                1. Composed of amino acid chains.
                  1. Amino chains contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen
            3. Covalent bonds are formed adjacent share electrons.
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