A Physical Chemical Biological and Medical MacromoleculesAuthor(s): Stella Mike
A macromolecule could be a exceptionally huge particle, such as a protein. They are composed of thousands of covalently reinforced iotas. Numerous macromolecules are polymers of littler particles called monomers. The foremost common macromolecules in organic chemistry are biopolymers (nucleic acids, proteins, and carbohydrates) and expansive non-polymeric atoms such as lipids and macrocycles. Manufactured strands and exploratory materials such as carbon nanotubes are moreover illustrations of macromolecules.