Lipids is another term for fat. Lipids are chemically
There are actually three elements that are found within lipids. The elements in lipids are hydrogen, carbon and also oxygen.
The elements of lipids are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and sometimes nitrogen.
No there arent any elements in lipids that arenot in carbohydrates.
Carbon and Hydrogen are the two most common elements found in lipids.
There are three elements in lipids, they are made mostly out of carbon, hydrogen, and some oxygen.
Lipids are composed of oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon.
Lipids are compounds, not elements. Most lipids are triacyl esters of glycerol and fatty acids. They consist of three elements mostly: Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen. (Sometimes Nitrogen and/or Phosphorous may be included as well)
Lipids contain C, H, O, P.
Lipids are mostly composed of carbon and hydrogen
Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen primarily compose most lipids.
The elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen are found in lipids.
Proteins are nitrogen based while carbohydrates and lipids are not.
Lipids may contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus.
Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen
Nitrogen! (Although rare elements are sometimes found, too.)
Carbon, Oxygen, & Hydrogen
carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
They are not similar. Carbon is an element and lipids are organic compounds which contain the elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
Lipids are mostly made of elements carbon,hydrogen,oxygen.They may sometimes contain sulfur or phosphorus.
Lipids are long chains of C-C Bonds, therefore made of Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen.
they are all formed from the same elements
Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen.
They are all formed from the same elements.
4 basic elements of life are proteins, carbohydtates, lipids, nucleic acids.
Hydrogen, carbon and oxygen are the elements that make up carbohydrates. Lipids, carbohydrates and nucleic acids all share these three elements.