How do carbohydrates differ from lipids?
A typical carbohydrate is glucose,
Most carbohydrates are hydrophilic and soluble in water because of their polar
Lipids are hydrophobic and insoluble in water.
They have varied structures, but all have a polar "head" and a large nonpolar "tail"".
Fats and oils are typical lipids.
The structure of a typical fat is
The molecule is mostly nonpolar hydrocarbon with some polar