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Question 10
You might not know what this is a picture of, but you do know about
bonds and functional groups. Which functional group(s) is/are preser
this molecule? Choose ALL that apply
of
O=P-O
CH2
OH
OH
ОН
ÓH
O hydroxyl
O carboxyl
amino
phosphoryl (phosphate)
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You might not know what this is a picture of, but you do know about bonds and functional groups. Which functional group(s) is/are preser this molecule? Choose ALL that apply of O=P-O CH2 OH OH ОН ÓH O hydroxyl O carboxyl amino phosphoryl (phosphate)

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