Organic molecules

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 Organic molecules are essential for life on Earth. They are formed by a carbon backbone by which other atoms can attach. The simplest organic molecules are hydrocarbons which are often used in plastics and fuels. The four main groups of organic molecules are: lipids, carbohydrates, nucelic acids and proteins
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 Organic molecules are essential for life on Earth. They are formed by a carbon backbone by which other atoms can attach. The simplest organic molecules are hydrocarbons which are often used in plastics and fuels. The four main groups of organic molecules are: lipids, carbohydrates, nucleic acids and proteins.

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 Organic molecules are essential for life on Earth. They are formed by a carbon backbone by which other atoms can attach. The simplest organic molecules are hydrocarbons which are often used in plastics and fuels. The four main groups of organic molecules are: lipids, carbohydrates, nucleic acids and proteins.

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