Is water a biomolecule or not....as ncert book says biomolecules are compounds of carbon and hydrogen....but other definition says ...all compounds which occur naturally in a living body is a biomolecule..so water does not have carbon but is the most abundantly found molecule

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Refer below for above asked query:-
Water is not a biomolecule as it does not contain Carbon in it.
To define a biomolecule it should have carbon and hydrogen .
So water is not a biomolecule.


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