Monomer and polymer?
Polymers are made up of monomers. Polymers- polyethylene polyvinyl chloride(PVC), Teflon, Bakelite. Monomers- Ethylene vinyl chloride, Tetrafluoro ethane, Formaldehyde+phenol.
Carbohydrate can be monomer or a polymer. Carbohydrate glucose is monomer while the carbohydrate starch is a polymer.
Glycogen is a polymer of glucose (the monomer).
For the table salt (NaCl, sodium chloride) the terms monomer or polymer are inadequate. It is an ionic lattice (neither a monomer or a polymer)
monomer is nothing but the smallest unit. by combining several monomer we prepare a polymer.
Proteins : Monomer - Amino Acids Polymer-Polypeptide Lipids : Monomer - Nucleic Acid Polymer - Nucleotide Carbohydrates : Monomer- Polysaccharide Polymer - Monosaccharide Nucleic Acids: Monomer - RNA Polymer- DNA Pretty Sure
No. Glycine is a monomer. Glycine as a monomer can form polymers, but it is not a polymer by itself.
Its a Polymer
it is a polymer
Monomer has one molecule and a polymer has many molecules linkied together as a chain. Monomer has a low molecular mass and a polymer has a high molecular mass.
The monomer glucose makes the polymer starch which is a complex carbohydrate.
Glycogen is a polymer, not a monomer.
A nucleotide is a monomer.
It's a monomer.
monomer- glycerol/ fatty acid dimmer- n/a polymer - lipid
neither the terms monomer and polymer are both used to describe alkenes which are hydrocarbons
A Protein is a polymer because it is made up of Amino Acids, a monomer of proteins.
Glycogen is a polymer.
Starch is a polymer.
DNA is a polymer
(Carbohydrate) Monomer- glucose and fructose Polymer- such as starch (Lipids) Monomer- such as fatty acid Polymer- diglycerides and triglycerides (Proteins) Monomer- amino acid Small polymer- Peptides Long polymer- egg protien (Nucleic acid) Monomer- cytosine, quinine, adenine, thymine, and uracil Polymer- DNA and RNA
cellulose is a polymer. it a chain of repeating monomers. the monomer for cellulose is glucose. cellulose is a polymer. it a chain of repeating monomers. the monomer for cellulose is glucose.
No, Methane is not a polymer. Methane is a monomer. A Polymer consists of monomer units linked together with a series of covalent bonding. One of the best example for polymer is Polyethylene(PE).
A polymer is basically a long chain of monomers. Monomer molecules link to one another to form the polymer. It makes a polymer through the dehydration synthesis process.
A polymer is formed from monomers.
Yes a molecule is a monomer because I believe a monomer is a molecule of a polymer
the monomer for hdpe is ethylene and the polymer is polyethylene.
a monomer Polymers are composed of monomers.
The monomer is glucose.
If starch is the polymer, then the monomer is glucose, which is a monosaccharide. Starch is a polysaccharide that is made up of glucose molecules.
No. Cellulose and glucose. Protein is the polymer and amino acid is the monomer.
Dental polymer is used along with a monomer it is a catalysts and a base. example- acrylic is used to reline dentures to make them fit better, which is a polymer and monomer.
It is a monomer, more specifically, glucose is a monosaccharide which is the main monomer of carbohydrates.
Lipids do not have monomers and they themselves are the polymer
Of course it is a polymer as it is constructed by Etheline monomer.
An enzyme is a polymer of amino acids.
A polymer is build out of its monomers.
There are no synonyms for a monomer, it can combine with other molecules to form a polymer, but even polymer is not synonymous...
The basic monomer for proteins is the amino acids.
No -it is a synthetic polymer. The monomer is ethylene.
Arrange the following in order of size from smallest to largest polymer monomer carbon atom macromolecule?
Carbon atom, Monomer, Polymer, Macromolecule
Polymer means many monomers. Sometimes polymers are also known as macromolecules or large-sized molecules. Usually, polymers are organic (but not necessarily). A monomer is a molecule that is able to bond in long chains. Here is a monomer: Here is a polymer: A polymer can be made up of thousands of monomer. This linking up of monomers is called polymerization
Polymer made up of amino acids.
A polymer has more molecules.
Nucleic acid is a polymer. The monomer of it is a nucleotide.
A monomer is a smaller molecule that combines with other monomers to make a larger molecule called a polymer. For example, glucose is the monomer that combines with other glucose molecules to make the polymer starch.
1.. co polymer is a polymer made of 2 different monomer and homo polymer is a polymer made of single monomer 2.. ex-nylon-66,Buna-S-Rubber are the example of co polymer ex-pvc,neoprene etc are the example of homopolymer
no,it's a polymer
ATP is not a polymer.
Keratin is a polymer