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Y diatomic hydrogen mo Ne s/learm.ucr.edu/webapps/assessment/take/launchjsp?course assessment id- 83810 1scourse,jid- 27174 O It is less dense than ice QUESTION 3 How are dehydration reactions different from hydrolysis? Hydrolysis reactions create polymers, and dehydration reactions create monomers Dehydration reactions assemble polymers: hydrolysis reactions break polymers apart Dehydration reactions make solutions more acidic and hydrolysis reactions make solutions more ba Dehydration reactions eliminate water from cells; hydrolysis reactions add water to cells. Dohydration reactions break double bonds, hydrolysis reactions form double bonds QUESTION 4 Which of the balow statements is true about carbohydrates? Sugar monomers have between threo and sik carbons All sugar monomers can be Srear or cyclical Sugars have a 2 1 ratio of Hydrogen to Oxygen atoms Sugars form polypeptide polymers through covalant bonds Simple sugars forp polymers thraugh covalent ester bonds DELL

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Y diatomic hydrogen mo Ne s/learm.ucr.edu/webapps/assessment/take/launchjsp?course assessment id- 83810 1scourse,jid- 27174 O It is less dense than ice QUESTION 3 How are dehydration reactions different from hydrolysis? Hydrolysis reactions create polymers, and dehydration reactions create monomers Dehydration reactions assemble polymers: hydrolysis reactions break polymers apart Dehydration reactions make solutions more acidic and hydrolysis reactions make solutions more ba Dehydration reactions eliminate water from cells; hydrolysis reactions add water to cells. Dohydration reactions break double bonds, hydrolysis reactions form double bonds QUESTION 4 Which of the balow statements is true about carbohydrates? Sugar monomers have between threo and sik carbons All sugar monomers can be Srear or cyclical Sugars have a 2 1 ratio of Hydrogen to Oxygen atoms Sugars form polypeptide polymers through covalant bonds Simple sugars forp polymers thraugh covalent ester bonds DELL

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