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What is the only macromolecule whose monomers dont undergo dehydration to become polymers?

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Asked on: 11 Jul 2008

Not entirely sure of the answer but I have a hunch that it might just be lipids - best check with a teacher or a textbook first though!
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Replied at: 25 Aug 2008
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