anonymous
  • anonymous
what are lipids
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
lipids are organic compounds that are fatty acids
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like fats phospholipids steroids
EGaddIndustries
  • EGaddIndustries
Lipids are one of the four organic molecules, and their purpose is to store energy. They are composed of quantities of Carbon and Hydrogen, and small amounts of Oxygen. In a molecular-size view, there is no such thing as a lipid monomer. They are always macromolecules. Concerning types of lipids, there are 5: Fatty Acids, Phospholipids, Tryglicerides, Steroids, and Waxes. The difference in these is the structures is the makeup/arrangement of the atoms within the molecules. Want more info? Send me a message.

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