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The atomic structures of the four main elements found in biological macromolecules are shown in the image below. Macromolecules such as fats and lipids are made primarily of two of these atoms. Using the structures shown for each atom in the image supplied, identify the atoms based on the prompts provided.

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One of the main atoms found in fats and lipids is able to bind to as many as four different atoms at the same time. This atom is
Select Option carbonhydrogennitrogenoxygen
and it is displayed in panel
Select Option ABCDEF
of the image. Another atom that is commonly found in fats and lipids, can only form one covalent bond. This atom is
Select Option carbonhydrogennitrogenoxygen
and it is displayed in panel
Select Option ABCDEF
of the figure.
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