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Anatomy and body structure : With built-in research advisor 4TH version by means of Stanley E. Gunstream. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company,2010
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Molecules of inorganic compounds may contain either carbon or hydrogen in the same molecule, but not both. Bicarbonates, such as sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3), are the exception to this rule. Molecules of organic compounds always contain both carbon and hydrogen, and they usually also contain oxygen. The carbon atoms form the “backbone” of organic molecules. 4 compares the major characteristics of inorganic and organic compounds. Major Inorganic Compounds The major inorganic compounds in the body are water, most acids and bases, and mineral salts.
Qxd 10/23/08 5:49 PM Page 25 Part 1 Organization of the Body 25 SELECTED KEY TERMS Atom (atomos ϭ indivisible) The smallest unit of an element. Carbohydrate (carbo ϭ carbon; hydr ϭ water) A group of organic compounds composed of C, H, and O usually in a 1:2:1 ratio; mono-, di-, and polysaccharides. Chemical compound (componere ϭ to place together) A substance formed of two or more elements combined in a fixed ratio. Chemical element A substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances by chemical means.
35, and the patient feels tired and disoriented. 45, and the patient feels agitated and dizzy. Extreme variations may be fatal. 5 The pH scale. A pH of 7 is neutral because the concentrations of OH᎐ and Hϩ are equal. Solutions with a pH less than 7 are acidic, and those with a pH more than 7 are basic. Note that the concentration of OH᎐ increases and the concentration of Hϩ decreases as the pH values increase. Like inorganic acids and bases, mineral salts are ionic compounds that dissociate in an aqueous solution, but they do not produce hydrogen and hydroxyl ions.
Anatomy & Physiology with Integrated Study Guide, Fourth Edition by Stanley Gunstream