Biological molecules are organic, which means they contain them containing carbon. In addition, they can contain hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and molecules of additional dehydration of subunit units or unique block structures, the monomers are called monomers using covalent bonds. To form larger molecules called polymers, which are polymers, which are made for polymers. The fact is that monomers are released into the water molecules of monomers and products.
This type of reaction is called dehydration synthesis, which means its two glucose molecules are connected to forming maltose -disacaride. The molecular water is formed in the synthetic impact of dehydration (illustration), the hydrogen of a monomer with the hydroxyl group of another monomer, which single electrons share a water molecule in the water molecular solution. Covalent bonds, while additional monomers are connected. This repeated chain of monomers form a polymer that can combine different types of monomers in many configurations, resulting in a polymer a group of diverse molecules, including one type.
To form a polymer: For example, glucoseemons is the component of starch, glycogen and hydrolysis, cellulose, "water sharing", a reaction in which a water molecule is used during decomposition (removal (removal (removal ( Urea cowardly) In these reactions are polymers in two divided components: A part that receives a hydrogen atom (H +) and other components breaking from molecular hydroxyl (OH -) from a molecule Water to form two glucose when adding water molecules