We can identify whether or not substances are organic compounds or not by checking to see if carbon atoms are in their molecular model. Most substances with carbon in them are considered organic. You can also check to see if they are a monosaccharide, disaccharide, polysaccharide, lipid, or protein.
Organic compounds are substances of chemical compounds that contain carbon. Carbon is special because it can form four chemical bonds. Monosaccharides are made up of one monomer and are considered organic because they contain carbon and hydrogen making a C-H bond and they are carbohydrates. Disaccharides are made up of two monomers and are also considered organic because they contain carbon and they are carbohydrates. Polysaccharides are made up of three or more monomers or polymer and are also organic compounds because they contain carbon and they are carbohydrates. Lipids are organic compounds because they are mostly made up of carbon and hydrogen. Proteins are organic compounds because they are made up of thousands of amino acids which are made of carbon.
I predict that if a new substance is found and has a Carbon - Hydrogen bond it will be classified as an organic compound. I can also predict that carbon dioxide is not an organic compound because it is an oxide which is a mineral and minerals are inorganic. I can also predict that Ethyl acetate is an organic compound because it contains carbon and is not a mineral.
1) Condensation and hydrolysis both deal with water, glucose and maltose. Condensation is also called Dehydration synthesis or peptide bond. Condensation and Hydrolysis both have the same compounds in them but in condensation maltose and water are the products, while in hydrolysis maltose and water are the reactants. Dehydration synthesis and hydrolysis are both isomers because they share the same molecular formula, but the molecular models can be shown in different ways. Dehydration synthesis deals with the...