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Glucose molecules are bigger than water molecules.
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The sucrose (C12H22O11) molecule has almost double the mass of the glucose (C6H12O6) molecule.
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Protein is larger, think of it's atomic structure. So long as it is larger than H20, protein wins hands down.
Combining a molecule of glucose with a molecule of fructose to make a larger molecule of sucrose is an example of?
I hope this is what you are looking for! When you combine two monomers (an individual building block, e.g. a molecule of fructose) to make a polymer (the linked chain made o…f the monomers) you go through a process called dehydration reaction, or dehydration synthesis. In dehydration synthesis one molecule of water is taken out from the monomers which combines them together. An unlinked monomer (e.g. the molecule of fructose and glucose) will have a hydroxyl group at one end (-OH) and a hydrogen atom at the other end (-H). When you take out the water (H20) you form a covalent bond between the end of one monomer, and the beginning of the next - linking the two monomers
Wate is molecular , H2O. NaCl is giant ionic laattice and is not molecular when normally encountered. In terms of mass the formula unit of NaCl is greater than than the mo…lecular mass of water.
Albumin is bigger than glucose.
Salt in solution consiste of Na+ and Cl-. Na + has a radius of 116pm, Cl- 167 pm A water molecule is approx. 275 pm in "diameter" so water is bigger.
No. A glucose atom is tiny compared with a protein molecule.
Glucose+glucose=a disaccharide called "maltose" Glucose+lots more glucose=a polysaccharide called "starch"
Most molecules comprising our atmosphere are smaller than water molecules. However Earth's atmosphere still has many substances comprised of molecules that are much larger tha…n water molecules. Air molecules, as such, don't exist. Air is a mixture of many substances, some elemental, some compounded, including water and many types thought of as pollutants. Some of the compounds include, or are attached to, water molecules.