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    Carbohydrates: starch maltose glucose
    Protein: Proteins amino acids
    Lipids: Lipids fatty acids + glycerol
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    You can find out a lot of these through google:
    Glucose: C6H12O6
    Maltose: C12H22O11
    Starch: It is a giant polymer of glucose monomers together bonded by Glycosidic bonds.

    Amino acids: There are 21 different amino acids, each with different formulae
    Protein: There are infinite amounts of different proteins, each made from millions (or billions) of different amino acid combinations.

    Lipids: The most common lipids ae triglycerides, made with a glycerol molecule and three fatty acids.
    Glycerol is the biological name for Propane-1,2,3-triol, it's C3H8O3,
    Fatty acids can be any type of carboxylic acid. They can very depending on length and saturation (whether they have double bonds).
 
 
 
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