An alcohol is an organic compound with one or more hydroxyl groups bound to a saturated carbon atom. Reactions of alcohols are important for the new MCAT because alcohols appear everywhere in biochemistry. From basic carbohydrate chemistry to the reactions of the citric acid cycle to the mechanism of a serine protease, understanding the hydroxyl group is an essential foundation.
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