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1

What is the composition of carbonic acid?

Carbon dioxide and water

2

what promotes heat loss?

Vasodilation of superficial blood in skin

3

Give an example of a solute?

Salt

4

What type of solutions accepts H+?

A base as it does not have a lot of it.

5

If we are passing from a pH 4 to a pH 5, how much more free H+ will be in the solution?

Ten-fold

6

What is the pH normal of the body?

7.4

7

What are the compound of a lipid?

Carbon & Hydrogen

8

What are the compound of a carbohydrate?

Carbon, Hydrogen & Oxygen

9

What are the three monosaccharides?

GFG - Glucose, fructose & galactose

10

What are the three disaccharides?

SLM - Sucrose, Lactose & Maltose

11

What is sucrose composed of?

Glucose and sucrose

12

What is lactose composed of?

Glucose and galactose

13

What are fatty acids?

Carbon atoms with double or single bonds. A double bond is unsaturated.

14

What is the starting material for steroid?

Cholesterol

15

What is the building block of proteins?

Amino Acids