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Organic Molecules: Functional Groups, Monomers & Polymers

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Which of these is not composed of organic molecules?

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1. How many basic groups of organic molecules are there?

2. If we are looking at a chain of carbon atoms and see a cluster of additional atoms attached to it which we know behave in a specific way, what is that cluster?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This fun quiz and worksheet can help you find out how much you know about functional groups, monomers and polymers. Test your knowledge of the composition of polymers, basic groups of organic molecules and the cluster of atoms attached to a chain of carbon atoms.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Utilize this quiz and worksheet to assess your comprehension of the following:

  • Item not composed of organic molecules
  • Number of basic groups of organic molecules that exists
  • Cluster of atoms attached to a chain of carbon atoms that have a specific behavior
  • What polymers are most directly composed of
  • Polymer that can be formed when a carbon chain has the functional groups to create a monosaccharide monomer

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about what most polymers are directly composed of
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the number of basic groups of organic molecules there are
  • Reading comprehension - read and pull essential information from the accompanying lesson on specific types of organic molecules

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