Carbohydrates Monomers and Polymers

Carbohydrates are one of life’s four fundamental macromolecules. They contain monomers and polymers as building blocks. Monosaccharides are a type of polymer-forming monomers. Simple sugars, such as glucose and fructose,…

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Plasma and Serum

How are Plasma and Serum different from each other?

Both plasma and serum form the liquid part of the blood. However, there are several differences between them. We will discuss them here. Blood is a connective tissue. It runs…

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SO2 – A Detailed Discussion

Sulfur dioxide (SO2) is a sulfur and oxygen-based gaseous air pollutant. Moreover, SO2 is a poisonous, heavy, and colorless gas and emits the odor of burned matches. When sulfur-containing fuels…

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Glycolysis – Where What And How Does It Occur?

All organisms, containing plants, get the energy necessary to survive from the process of respiration. The living cells respire the glucose in them. This produces some energy. Later, it produces…

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Clemmensen Reduction

Clemmensen Reduction : Explanation

Clemmensen reduction is an organic process of transforming carbonyl compounds into alkanes with the help of Zinc amalgam and presence of high acidic medium. What is Clemmensen reduction? Clemmensen reduction…

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