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UCLA - CHEM - 20b
CHEMISTRY 20B-1: ENERGETICS AND CHANGE Winter 2009 Course Description: CH 20B is a continuation of CH 20A. The material covered includes properties of gases, phase behavior, chemical equilibrium, acid-base theory, chemical thermodynamics, and chemica
UCLA - CHEM - 20b
TENTATIVE LECTURE and READING SCHEDULE Chemistry 20B-1, Winter 2009 Date Topics ReadingJan. 5, 7, 9Properties of GasesAppendices A,B,C Chap. 9 Chap. 10Jan. 12, 14, 16Solids, Liquids, Phase Transitions SolutionsJan. 21, 23Chap. 11Jan.
UCLA - CHEM - 20b
CHEMISTRY20BWINTER2008 Questionscarryidenticalnumbersinbotheditionswithjustoneexceptionshownin red.Chapternumbersarecompletelydifferenthowever. 5theditionchaptersshowninblack.6theditionchapternumbersinblue. Week 1 TOPICS READING/ASSIGNEDPROBLEMSPr
UCLA - CHEM - 20b
CHEMISTRY 20B-1: ENERGETICS AND CHANGE Winter 2008 Course Description: CH 20B is a continuation of CH 20A. The material covered includes properties of gases, phase behavior, chemical equilibrium, acid-base theory, chemical thermodynamics, and chemica
UCLA - CHEM - 20bh
CHEM 20BH Homework #4 - Due Friday, February 4th 1. OGN 7.2 2. OGN 7.10Winter 20053. Exactly 3 moles of an ideal gas are expanded isothermally at 300 K so that the volume is increased by a factor of exactly 4. During this process, work against a
UCLA - CHEM - 20bh
CHEM 20BH Homework #7 - Due Friday, February 25th 1. OGN 8.20 2. OGN 8.24Winter 20053. The molar enthalpy of fusion of ice at 0 C is 6.02 kJ/mol; the molar heat capacity of supercooled water is 75.3 J/molK. (a) One mole of supercooled water at 10
UCLA - CHEM - 20bh
UCLA - CHEM - 20bh
UCLA - CHEM - 20l
Chemistry 20L Midterm Study Guide Answer Key Please see the Study Guide for the experiment-related topics that you need to know. Open lab notebook, lecture guides and hand-written notes. No lab manuals. Bring a calculator and an extra pencil and eras
UCLA - CHEM - 20l
Chem 20L Report Guidelines for Assignment #5 (Detergent Analysis)Winter 2008The pre-lab report is due at the beginning of the lab section. Refer to your laboratory syllabus for the due date of the post-lab report. Pre-lab and Post-lab reports MUS
UCLA - CHEM - 20l
CHEM 20LWinter 2008 Report Guideline for The Analysis of Acetic Acid Experiment Pre-lab reports MUST be written in your lab notebook. Type written reports will NOT be accepted. (I) On-line Technique Videos For This ExperimentClick on the title be
UCLA - CHEM - 20l
CHEM 20LSpring 2006 Report Guideline for Assignment #8 (Weak Acid)Pre-lab report MUST be written in your lab notebook. Type written reports will NOT be accepted. (I) On-line Technique Videos For This Experiment Click on the title below to downloa
UCLA - CHEM - 218
Chapter 10Trace Metal Utilization in ChloroplastsSabeeha MerchantDepartment of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90095Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UCLA - CHEM - 229
Chem 229 - Fall 2004Chem. 229 is scheduled for Tuesdays, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:50 p.m., in 3069 Young Hall.No.DatesTimes1st half William M. Gelbart Yung-Ya Lin Sarah H. Tolbert Benjamin J. Schwartz Peter M. Felker Shimon Weiss 2nd half Charles
UCLA - CHEM - 229
Introduction to Research Groups in Physical Chemistry CHEM 229 SPEAKER SCHEDULE Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. 3069 Young Hall September 28 Introduction to the Class - Thomas G. Mason Ethics - William M. Gelbart October 5 October 12 October 19 October 26 Nove
UCLA - CHEM - 236
UCLA - CHEM - 236
UCLA - CHEM - 236
UCLA - CHEM - 247
Chromatin & Histones:Proteins responsible for packing chromatin. Heterochromatin - tightly packed. Euchromatin - less condensed, more active transcription susceptible to DNaseI digestion, hypersensitive site.Sequence of the H4 subunit - notice all
UCLA - CHEM - 258
Downloaded from www.proteinscience.org on November 28, 2007 - Published by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory PressToward rational protein crystallization: A Web server for the design of crystallizable protein variantsLukasz Goldschmidt, David R. Coope
UCLA - CHEM - 258
16704Biochemistry 1998, 37, 16704-16710Probing the Conformational States of the SH1-SH2 Helix in Myosin: A Cross-Linking ApproachLisa K. Nitao and Emil Reisler*Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Institute, UniVersity
UCLA - CHEM - 258
Biochemistry 1999, 38, 10307-1031710307Thiol-Specific Cross-Linkers of Variable Length Reveal a Similar Separation of SH1 and SH2 in Myosin Subfragment 1 in the Presence and Absence of MgADPWerner Kliche,*, Jens Pfannstiel, Markus Tiepold, Stank
UCLA - CHEM - 268
Biochemistry Research Seminars Chemistry 268 - Winter 2000January 14thDr. Richard Dickerson, Faculty - "The Recognition of DNA by Drugs and Proteins" Dr. Ruediger Schmitt, Professor of Genetics, Universitaet Regensburg, Germany "A master gene, re
UCLA - CHEM - 276b
UCLA - CHEM - 276b
UCLA - CHEM - 277
Chemistry 277: STRUCTURES IN INORGANIC CHEMISTRY Class Meeting: Lecture: MWF 11:00 a.m. -11:50 a.m., 1044 WGYoung Hall Instructor: Prof. Omar Yaghi, 1505 Molecular Sciences, yaghi@chem.ucla.edu Office hours: MWF 11:50 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Grading: Your g
UCLA - CHEM - 277
UCLA - CHEM - 277
UCLA - CHEM - 30A
NAME_ Student ID#_ Circle your TAs name: Danny JosCHEM 30A Winter 2006 Midterm Exam #1 February 3, 2006READ THIS FIRST! The exam consists of 7 questions on 7 pages. For all questions, show your work and give the answers to the correct number of s
UCLA - CHEM - 30A
Last NameFirstMIKEYNameKEY Total ScoreStudent ID Number: Circle the name of your TA: Discussion Section- Day:Heather Jose Saori SeogshinTime:/25 Quiz #3AChemistry 30A1. For the reaction below:Spring 2006(4 pts) a. Predict the
UCLA - CHEM - 30A
Weekly Course Activities Schedule: Chemistry 30A Summer 2004Revised 06/28/04EKJ = Erik Krogh-Jespersen, JCO = JC Olsen, CR = Chris Rabbat, JS = Jeff Selander Monday 8 AM 9 AM 10 AM 11 AM Chem 30A Lecture CS24 Disc section C (JCO) Boelter 5272 Dis
UCLA - CHEM - 30A
Chemistry 30ASummer 2004Exam 1OPage 1Behold molecule A, a constituent the sex pheromone of female pink hibiscus mealybugs (Maconellicoccus hirsutus). Native to the tropics, these sap-sucking insects are recent invaders of Florida and Califor
UCLA - CHEM - 30al
Fall 2004 Office HoursTAs' office hours are also available on the VOHChemistry 30ALJ. Pang T 1-2pm F 10-11am M 5-6pm W 5-6pm W Noon 1pm R Noon 1pm M 2-3pm W 1-2pm M Noon 1pm W Noon 1pm F 11 - Noon F 2-3pm M 1-2pm W 1-2pm M 2-4pm 2070A Young 20
UCLA - CHEM - 30al
Spring 2003 Office HoursTAs' office hours are also available on the VOHChemistry 30ALJ. Pang T 11-Noon W 10-11am M 2-3pm R 5-6pm F 11- 1pm M 11-Noon M 1-2pm M 11-Noon R Noon-1pm M 9-10am W 9-10am M 10-11am W 9-10am T 9-11am T 5-6pm R 5-6pm M 11-N
UCLA - CHEM - 30al
Summer 2003 Office HoursTAs' office hours are also available on the VOHChemistry 30ALJ. Pang M,T,W&R 1-2pm 2070A YoungThe following TAs have office hours between June 24 July 8Omar FarhaM 5-6pm T 5-6pm W 11-Noon R 11-Noon1337 Young 1337
UCLA - CHEM - 30al
Chemistry 30ALWinter 2002Report Guideline for Assignment 15, Ion Exchange Chromatography The report for this assignment will consist of a prelab that is due at the beginning of the first period, and a special analysis report form that is due at t
UCLA - CHEM - 30c
Chem 30CWinter 2003 Exam 1Page 1SSQuestions 1 5 refer to molecule X:OMolecule X 1. (2 points) On the structure above draw an arrow to the proton whose chemical shift is closest to 3.0 ppm. Label the arrow as proton 1. The splitting patt
UCLA - CHEM - 30c
Chem 30CWinter 2003 Exam 1Page 1Statistics: High = 100 Average = 75.3 Low = 40 Standard Deviation = irrelevant as it does not control grade distribution in this class. A note about exam keys: The answers presented here are usually significantly
UCLA - CHEM - 495
FULL PAPERThe Synthesis of Carboracycles Derived from B,B'-Bis(aryl) Derivatives of Icosahedral ortho-CarboraneMichael J. Bayer, Axel Herzog, Martin Diaz, George A. Harakas, Hans Lee, Carolyn B. Knobler, and M. Frederick Hawthorne*[a]Abstract: Re
UCLA - CHEM - 5
Page 1 of 3Chem 160/260 A Lab Report 5 (Due Friday, November 3, 2006. 2PM)Training a Hidden Markov ModelLog Probability Calculations:(1) Write a mathematical expression for the Viterbi calculation. The viterbi calculation is just P( Fi 1 ) P(
UCLA - CHEM - 5
Manashi Chatterjee Ph.D.Spring 2008Chem 30A Spring 2008 Week 5Friday (Week 4) : Acids and bases: 4.1 Arrhenius Acids and bases: Acids is a substance that dissolves in water to produce H+ ions (actually hydronium H3O+ exists); bases dissolve in
UCLA - CHEM - 5
Problem Set #5 (60 points total) Due Wednesday, November, 25 (11:00 am)Chem 115A/215A, Fall 19981. (8 pts) The Gaussian ground state of the harmonic oscillator has the minimum uncertainty, but the uncertainty of the excited states increases with
UCLA - CHEM - 5
CHEM 110A Fall 2004 5th HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT Levine: Chapter 4: 33, 36, 40, 41, 45, 53, 55 Chapter 5: 6, 10 1. The molar Helmholtz energy of a certain gas is given byAm = a RT ln(Vm b) + f (T ) TVmwhere Am = A/n (Helmholtz energy per mole), a
UCLA - CHEM - 89
DNA DenaturationHyperchromic effect: dsDNA - bonds are more constrained when bases stack.Melting curves: Two different DNA strands. Tms are dened by GC content.Possible role in senescence: Each replication - telomeres become shorter. Proposed:
UCLA - CHEM - 89
Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology, 50 (1992) l l5 126 1992 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. All rights reserved. / 0166-6851/92/$05.00 MOLBIO 01641115Recurrent polymorphisms in small chromosomes of Leishmania tarentolaeafter nutrient stres
UCLA - CHEM - 96
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 211 (2001) 69 96 www.elsevier.com/locate/ccrPhoto-induced metalligand bond weakening, potential surfaces, and spectraJeffrey I. Zink *Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Uni6ersity of California, Los Angeles,
UCLA - CHEM - 96
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 132C(Prof. Yves Rubin)UCLA, FALL 1996 MIDTERM EXAM IIOn my honor, I have neither given nor received any aid on this exam (Please, use ink for this first page!):_ Signature I. D. Number___ Full Name (Please Print !)Quest
UCLA - CHEM - 96
ARTICLECationic Polystyrene Nanosphere Toxicity Depends on Cell-Specic Endocytic and Mitochondrial Injury PathwaysTian Xia,# Michael Kovochich,# Monty Liong, Jeffrey I. Zink,and Andre E. Nel, ,*Division of NanoMedicine, Department of Medicine
UCLA - CHEM - C113b
UCLA - CHEM - C113b
UCLA - CHEM - C113b
UCLA - CHEM - C113b
UCLA - CHEM - C115a
Chemistry 115A/215A: Quantum Chemistry Instructor: Benjamin J. SchwartzOffice: 2077A Young Hall Phone: 206-4113 e-mail: schwartz@chem.ucla.eduFall 2000Office Hours: Continuous on an informal basis. Official office hours will be chosen by mutual
UCLA - CHEM - C115a
Problem Set #1 (50 pts total) Due Tuesday, October 10, 2000 at 9:00 amChem 115A/215A, Fall 20001. (6 pts) Calculate the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of the matrix:1 1 1 2 3 4 4 1 42. (5 pts total) The initial state i of a quantum system is gi
UCLA - CHEM - C115b
Provisional Syllabus for Chemistry 125B/225BCourse Goals: (1) An enjoyable and exciting learning experience through the process of preview, lecture, discussion, review, problem solving, and self-evaluation. (2) Serious preparation for current and fu
UCLA - CHEM - C123a
Books on Reserve in the Chemistry Library for Chem 123A/223AD. Chandler Introduction to Modern Statistical Mechanics QC174.8 C47D. L. GoodsteinStates of MatterQC173 G629sD. A. McQuarrieStatistical MechanicsQC174.8 M242T. L. HillIntro
UCLA - CHEM - C123a
Math Tutorial Fall 2000 Problem Set 1Due on Thursday, October 51. Consider a rectangle of width w and height h. The area a and the perimeter p, as well as the length of the diagonal d can all be expressed in terms of w and h. (a) Express the follo
UCLA - CHEM - C123a
Chemistry 123A/223A Classical & Statistical Thermodynamics Fall Quarter, 2000Instructor: Andrea J. Liu, 3045A Young Hall; 5-8266; liu@chem.ucla.edu. Office hours: Fridays, 1-2 p.m. and Mondays, 11-12 am; in addition, you may come by my office any t
UCLA - CHEM - C143b
UCLA - CHEM - C143b
UCLA - CHEM - C143b