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The chemistry of carbon notes The chemistry of carbon notes Presentation Transcript

  • The Chemistry of Carbon
    Chapter 2 Section 3
  • Making predictions
    Organic or inorganic?
    Make a T-chart to classify the following terms as either organic or inorganic:
    cotton, wool, glass, paper, plant, water
  • Four Groups of Organic Compounds
    Complete this chart using pages 44- 48 in the dragonfly biology book or the Internet.
  • Answers
    Carbohydrates
    Lipids
    Nucleic Acids
    Proteins
    Click on the links to check your work
  • Homework
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  • Day one summary
    Write a $5 summary about the four major biological molecules.
    Use complete and logical sentences.
    Use one word per box.
    Punctuation should not have its own box. It should share a box with a word.
    You should have a total of 50 words on the paper when finished.
  • Day two summary
    Answer the following questions on a sticky note:
    What are the essential components of polymers called?
    What are the essential components of polysaccharides called?
    What are the essential components of proteins called?
    What are the two essential components of lipids?