chemistry of life

EMMANUEL AKUBU

WATER

i find out that water have a different name and is call h2o and we can do a lot with water we need water in this earth. and also water can be called HOH can HOH stand for H2O that what i think. water cycle so what happen is that the water accumutation then the evaporation have then the condensation clouds torm then the precipitation happen then at rain. that the water cycle.

MACROMOLECULES

macromolecules

A macromolecule is a very large molecule commonly created by polymerization of smaller subunits. Macromolecules often have unusual physical properties. For example individual pieces of DNA in a solution can be broke in two simply by sucking the solution through an ordinary straw.


CARBOHYDRATES

carbohydrates

A carbohydrates is a large biology molecule or macromolecule consisting only of carbon (C) hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O). that all the information i know about carbohydrate.




PROTEINS

Proteins

Protien are large biological molecules or macromolecules consiting of one or more chains of amino acid residues.

Protiens perform a vast array of function within living organisms.

LIPIDS

Lipids

Lipids are groups of naturally occuring molecule that include fats waxes sterol fat soluble the main biological function of lipids include storing energy.


Nucleic acids

Nucleic acids

Nucleic acids are polymeric macromolecules or large biological molecules essential for all known forms of life. Together with proteins nucleic acids are the most important biological macromolecules.


ENZYMES

Enzymes

Enzymes are large biological molecules responsible for the thousand Of metabolic processes that sustain life.