Chapter 5

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A molecule with the formula C18H36O2is probably a

A) carbohydrate.

B) fatty acid.

C) protein.

D) nucleic acid.

E) hydrocarbon.

Answer:

B) fatty acid. (there is only 2 oxygen molecules)


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