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  1. Why are aldehydes and ketones so similar? What makes them different?
  2. True or False: Ketones smell like oranges.


  1. Which would be better to use to clean your house, a disinfectant containing formaldehyde or one containing glutamaldehyde?
  2. Compare and Contrast the effects and behavior of opiates and methadone in the body.
  3. Name the three ketone bodies produced during the metabolism of fatty acids or proteins? Which one is not actually a ketone?


  1. Your friend is trying a new diet where she doesn’t eat any carbohydrates. Why would you tell her this is a bad idea?

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