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THis is also known as an alchohol.

a)hydroxyl group
b) amino group
c) phosphate group
d) carboxyl group

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    A hydroxyl group is an alcohol IF the hydroxyl group is attached to an aliphatic chain. Ring systems in which an OH is attached is not called an alcohol.

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    1- A. 2-D. 3-A

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