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### Sparks 301 Prerequisite knowledge short

Course: CH 301, Fall 2010
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are Here a few things I expect you to know. This is in no way a comprehensive list. If you completed the ALEKS assessment, you have reviewed the entire list of prerequisite topics and concepts. The entire list has about 41 items, but below are a few that are very specific and that you should ensure you understand. The first four main topics are likely to come up right away. We will hit topics that require...

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are Here a few things I expect you to know. This is in no way a comprehensive list. If you completed the ALEKS assessment, you have reviewed the entire list of prerequisite topics and concepts. The entire list has about 41 items, but below are a few that are very specific and that you should ensure you understand. The first four main topics are likely to come up right away. We will hit topics that require stoichiometry a little later in the course. Basic Math 1. Utilize basic math and algebra functions to solve calculations, including calculations involving fractions, exponents, and scientific notation. 2. Convert numbers from one unit of measurement to another; for example, convert meters to inches or cm3 to liters. Matter: Know the names and symbols of common elements (H, C, N, O, F, Na, Mg, P, S, Cl, K, Ca, Br, I, Fe, Cu) Atomic Structure: Understand the basic organization the of periodic table: describe the difference between groups and periods, use the table to determine atomic mass and atomic number, find elements with similar properties based on location within the table. Compounds: Know the names and formula of common polyatomic ions. (carbonate, sulfate, nitrate, phosphate, ammonium, sulfite, nitrite) Stoichiometry 1. Use Avogadro's number to convert from moles to particles. 2. Calculate the molar mass of a compound. 3. Write a chemical equation from a written description of a reaction. 4. Balance chemical equations. 5. Utilize a chemical equation to calculate the grams of reactant needed for a reaction or the grams of a product produced in a reaction. 6. Determining the mass of product produced given the starting amount of two or more reactants. (Solve a limiting reactant problem.) [Type text] [Type text] Sparks Fall 2010 CH 301
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University of Texas - CH - 301
Syllabus, Chemistry 301 Dr. Stacy Sparks Spring 2011 Textbook for course: Zumdahl, Steven S., Chemical Principles, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 6th edition. *We are using the CLeBook version, which comes with a black and white loose-leaf copy of the
University of Texas - CH - 301
Kelly Metress kjm2323 PHY 303K Lab Report #7 Introduction: The main focus of Experiment 7: Bernoulli's Principle is Bernoulli's Law which relates the pressure, velocity and height of a fluid at one place to the pressure, velocity and height of the same fl
University of Texas - CH - 301
Solutions to problems at the end of Chapter 13: 29. Hf = Esublimation(K) + IE1(K) + Ebond(Cl2) + EA(Cl) + Lattice Energy = 64 + 419 + 119.5 + (-349) + (-690) = -436.5 kJ/mol 30. Hf = Esublimation(Mg) + IE1(Mg) + IE2(Mg) + Ebond(F2) + 2EA(F) + Lattice Ener
University of Texas - CH - 301
Stoichiometry Practice Dr. Sparks, CH 301 You do not necessarily have to work all these problems. They are here for your benefit if you need extra practice on stoichiometry. Text sections 3.2, 3.3, 3.6-3.9 Suggested end of chapter 3 questions #5, 6, 18, 3
University of Texas - CH - 301
Stoichiometry Practice Dr. Sparks, CH 301 You do not necessarily have to work all these problems. They are here for your benefit if you need extra practice on stoichiometry. Text sections 3.2, 3.3, 3.6-3.9 Suggested end of chapter 3 questions #5, 6, 18, 3
University of Texas - KOR - 506
KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#3 (Due on 09/26/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#3:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences.1.?..2...3...4.?..5.?KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#3 (Due on 09/26/11)Kyung Park page 2 of 3,..II. &lt;&gt; .
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KOR506 Fall 2011 HW#4 (Due on 10/03/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#4:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences.1.?3..?.2.,?.?..?,.KOR506 Fall 2011 HW#4 (Due on 10/03/11) II. &lt;&gt; . (Make sentences and translate t
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KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#5 (Due on 10/10/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#5:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences.1.?,.2.. , .3.?.4.?.5.?.KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#5 (Due on 10/10/11)Kyung Park page 2 of 3.
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KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#6 (Due on 10/31/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 6#6:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences.1.,,.,.2. ? KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#6 (Due on 10/31/11)Kyung Park page 2 of 6.3..4..5.?.KOR506 Fall
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KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#7 (Due on 11/07/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#7:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences.1.,?.2.?.3..4...5.?.6. .KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#7 (Due on 11/07/11)Kyung Park page 2 of 37.
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KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#8 (Due On 11/14/11)Kyung Park Page 1 of 3#8:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences. 1.?,.2.? , ...3. ? .4.?.KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#8 (Due On 11/14/11) II. &lt;&gt; . (Make sentences
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KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#9 (Due on 11/21/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#9:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences. 1.? .2.? .3. ?,.4.. .5., .II. &lt;&gt; . (Make sentences and translate them
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KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#10 (Due on 11/30/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#10:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences. 1.?,. .2. ?3..4.?162 . .5...KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#10 (Due on 11/3
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KOR506 Fall, 2011 Review for Written Final Exam _ Answer KeyKyung Park page 1 of 3Review for Written Final Exam:_I. Choose and write an appropriate Korean expression for each English sentence. &lt;&gt; ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ?/ .
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KOR506 Fall 2011 HW#1 (Due on 09/12/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 2#1:_* Read and write the loan words.TexasAustinMexicoUTHoustonDallasKilleenNew YorkLAChicagoWashingtoncomputerinternettelevisionKOR506 Fall 2011 HW#1 (Due on 09/12/11)Kyung P
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KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#2 (Due on 09/19/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 2#2:_ * Read the sentences carefully and write them.?How are you?.Bye. (Please go well.).Bye. (Please stay well.) .Thank you.KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#2 (Due on 09/19/11)Kyung Park page
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KOR506 Fall 2011 Alphabet Practice PacketKyung Park page 1 of 9VowelsSimple Vowels* Practice the pronunciations of the letters as you write. Vowels Stroke OrderName Write Five Times. a eo o u eu i ae e - - * Practice the pronunciations of the si
University of Texas - KOR - 506
KOR506 Fall, 2011 Review for Written Final ExamKyung Park page 1 of 3Review for Written Final Exam:_I. Choose and write an appropriate Korean expression for each English sentence. &lt;&gt; ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ?/ ./ ?/ ?/ ./ ?
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Hangeul ( ) Introduction Korean speech sounds are graphically represented by Hangeul letters. The individual consonant and vowel lett ers of Hangeul are combined into syllable blocks to spell Korean words and sentences. = + + = + + * A Korean syllable
University of Texas - KOR - 506
KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#3 (Due on 09/26/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#3:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences.1.?..2...3...4.?..5.?KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#3 (Due on 09/26/11)Kyung Park page 2 of 3,..II. &lt;&gt; .
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KOR506 Fall 2011 HW#4 (Due on 10/03/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#4:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences.1.?3..?.2.,?.?..?,.KOR506 Fall 2011 HW#4 (Due on 10/03/11) II. &lt;&gt; . (Make sentences and translate t
University of Texas - KOR - 506
KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#5 (Due on 10/10/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#5:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences.1.?,.2.. , .3.?.4.?.5.?.KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#5 (Due on 10/10/11)Kyung Park page 2 of 3.
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KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#6 (Due on 10/31/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 4#6:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences.1.,, .,.2.?.3.?. .4..5.?KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#6 (Due on 10/31/11)Kyung Park page 2 of
University of Texas - KOR - 506
KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#7 (Due on 11/07/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#7:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences.1.,?.2.?.3..4...5.?.6. .KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#7 (Due on 11/07/11)Kyung Park page 2 of 37.
University of Texas - KOR - 506
KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#8 (Due On 11/14/11)Kyung Park Page 1 of 3#8:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences. 1.?,.2.? , ...3. ? .4.?.KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#8 (Due On 11/14/11) II. &lt;&gt; . (Make sentences
University of Texas - KOR - 506
KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#9 (Due on 11/21/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#9:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences. 1.? .2.? .3. ?,.4.. .5., .II. &lt;&gt; . (Make sentences and translate them
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KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#10 (Due on 11/30/11)Kyung Park page 1 of 3#10:_I. Pay attention to spacing and punctuation, and write the sentences. 1.?,. .2. ?3..4.?162 . .5...KOR506 Fall, 2011 HW#10 (Due on 11/3
University of Texas - KOR - 506
Introduction of KOREA Korean PeninsulaKorea (ROK, Daehanminguk, Hanguk)Korean Flag (Taegeukgi) (Mugunghwa)Korean Flowerhttp:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Korea? ? ? ? DaehanmingukArea: 38,023 sq miles Population: 49 million Capital: Seoul Monetary
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Greetings1Conversation 1 .New Words (p. 40) Quiz #2 NOUN 1 ? ? ( ? ? ? ) 2 ? ? ( ? ? ? ) sophomore 3 ? ? ( ? ? ? ) 4 ? ? ( ? ? ? ) junior senior ADJECTIVE ? ? ? ? to be well ? ? ? ? ? Hi./ Hello./How are you? COPULA freshman NUMBER ? 1 ? 2 ? 3 ? 4? l
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The University Campus 2New Words (p. 58, Quiz #3) NOUN bag dormitory college, university library clock, watch restaurant school cafeteria the inside the frontConversation 1 ? chair book bookstore desk campus school student center Union Building COU
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Korean Language Class 3New Words (p. 77, Quiz #4) NOUN economics textbook classroom tomorrow class dictionary course, class time woman todayConversation 1 ?PRONOUN VERB ( ) to greet ( ) to read ADJECTIVE ( ) to not be (existence) to not have ( ) to h
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4At HomeNew Words (p. 97, Quiz #5) NOUN dog high school student younger brother grad student younger sibling parents father mother younger sisterConversation 1 .COUNTER / () day item volume year month dollar animal won montholder brother of a female
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At the Bookstore5New Words (p. 118, Quiz #6) NOUN park lab department store birthdayConversation 1 .VERB to teach to buy to play (tennis) (= ) bookstore ( ) present, gift ( ) shopping ( ) practice after a long time ( ) exercisePARTICLE to (destina
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My Day6New Words (p. 137, Quiz #7) NOUN ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? car (one)day weather speech, words bus ball point pen airplane pencil bicycle subway ? (? ? )Conversation 1 .VERB ? ? ? ( ? ? ? ) to take(time) ? ? (? ? ? ) ? to write ADJECTIVE ? ? ? ( ? ? ?
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The Weekend7Conversation 1 .New Words (p. 157, Quiz #8) NOUN season flower movie theater country next year next, following grad school school vacation VERB to receive probably, perhaps often, frequently really by the way ADVERB movie East Hall comedy
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In Seoul8New Words (p. 175) NOUN Conversation 1 ?PRONOUN here there over therethe middle, the center the other side church flower shop neighborhood Seoul supermarket drugstore map side, directionVERB ( ) to get off ( ) ADJECTIVE to be clean to be q
University of Texas - KOR - 506
KOR506 Fall, 2011 Review for Written Mid-term ExamKyung Park page 1 of 3Review for Written Mid-term Exam:_I. Choose and write an appropriate Korean expression for each English sentence.&lt;&gt; ?/ ./ ./ . / ./ ?/ , ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ (or ) ./ ./ ./
University of Texas - KOR - 506
KOR506 Fall, 2011 Review for Written Mid-term ExamKyung Park page 1 of 3Review for Written Mid-term Exam:_I. Choose and write an appropriate Korean expression for each English sentence.&lt;&gt; ?/ ./ ./ . / ./ ?/ , ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ ./ (or ) ./ ./ ./
University of Texas - KOR - 506
Useful Classroom Expressions 1. Everyday Greetings2. Courtesies 2.1. Thank you. . . . 2.2. I'm sorry. . 3. Teacher's general instructions4. Teacher's Comments4.1. ( ? ? ) ? ? ? . (Very) good. 4.2. ( ? ? ) ? ? ? ? . (Very) good job. 4.3. ? ? ? ? . Rig
University of Texas - NUTR - 306
FLUID AND ELECTROLYTES (Water and Minerals), Chapter 91. Define: electrolyte, dissociation, cation, anion, intracellular fluid, extracellular fluid, interstitial fluid, intravascular fluid and dehydration. a. Electrolyte a.i. Book: A substance that disas
University of Texas - NUTR - 306
Digestion and AbsorptionFate of consumed CHO CHO digested to monosaccharaides (glucose, fructose and galactose) These are absorbed into the capillaries in the villi of the small intestine Once absorbed they travel through bloodstream to the liver In the
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Celiac DiseaseA condition characterized by damage to the small intestineCeliac Disease Cause Autoimmune reaction to gluten Damage/flatten the villi Gluten Protein found in wheat, barley, rye and triticale Incidence Approximately 1% of US populatio
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LipidsTriglycerides Phospholipids SterolsLipidsTriglycerides 3 Fatty Acids and 1 Glycerol Storage form Most common form in foodsPhospholipids 2 Fatty Acids, 1 Glycerol and 1 Phosphate Group Emulsifier Cell Membrane Cholesterol HormonesSterols Mul
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Phospholipids Structure Similar to triglycerides but only 2 FA and 1 Phosphate Lecithin Function Foods Emulsifier Body Emulsifier Fat digestion (bile) Fat transport in the blood (lipoproteins) Constituent of cell membranesPhospholipid Bilayer in Cell Me
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ProteinsProteins Made of amino acids Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen All amino acids have 3 common parts Amino group Acid group HydrogenConnected to a central carbon Each a.a. has a different side chainAmino AcidsFigure 6-2 Examples of amino
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ProteinsProteins Made of amino acids Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen All amino acids have 3 common parts Amino group Acid group Hydrogen Connected to a central carbon Each a.a. has a different side chainAmino AcidsFigure 6-2 Examples of amino
University of Texas - NUTR - 306
MetabolismThe sum total of all chemical reactions that go on in the living cellEnergy MetabolismAll reactions by which the body obtains and spends energyDefinitions Anabolism the phase of metabolism that uses energy for building compounds Catabolis
University of Texas - NUTR - 306
Glucose MetabolismThe short version Glucose Pyruvate Acetyl CoA TCA Cycle Electron Transport ChainGlycolyis TCA cycle Electron Transport ChainFigure 7.3Alternate PathwayIn the absence of Oxygen Pyruvate is converted to Lactic AcidFigure 7.7b Interco
University of Texas - NUTR - 306
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University of Texas - NUTR - 306
Assignment for Sept 23 Go to Blackboard and print out Learning Objectives Write up answers to objectives: Chapter 1 # 4 Chapter 2 # 5Remember that assignments must be typed. Use your name as it appears on Blackboard &amp; include your EID. You may want to
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NTR 306 - FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION Learning ObjectivesAbout these objectives These objectives are written as a guide for learning. If you can perform each of the objectives as a result of class attendance, reading, and studying, you have mastered the co
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DIGESTION AND ABSORPTION, Chapter 3 1. Differentiate between hunger and appetite. Differentiate between satiation and satiety. Explain the role that dietary fat, protein and carbohydrate play in satiation and satiety. 2. Distinguish between the terms dige
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Fluid and Electrolyte Balance Fluid and Electrolyte BalanceBody Fluids Composed of molecules that move past one another freely Characterized by its ability to conform to the shape of the container that holds it About 50-70% of healthy adult body weight
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Food Groups. Grains 1 oz (or 1 oz equivalent) Fruits 1 cup (or 1 cup equivalent) Vegetables - 1 cup (or 1 cup equivalent) Protein 1 oz (or 1 oz equivalent) Dairy - 1 cup (or 1 cup equivalent)35 year old woman, 5'4&quot; 135 pounds Inactive Calorie level (le
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Kelly Metress kjm2323 NTR 306 October 12, 2011 Complete Protein Assignment In this assignment I was told to eat one vegan meal that must supply the appropriate amount of complete proteins. My vegan meal I consumed was a peanut butter sandwich on whole whe
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INTRODUCTION, Chapter 1 1. Define nutrition, food, nutrients, organic, calorie, malnutrition, energy, RD, risk factor, chronic and placebo. a. Nutrition: The study of the nutrients in food and the body's handling of them. b. Food: Plant or animal products
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LIPIDS part 1, Chapter 5 1. Define: lipid, lipophilic, eicosanoids, micelle and emulsifier, saturated, monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, hydrogenated (as they relate to fatty acids), cholesterol, essential fatty acids, cisfatty acids and trans-fatty acids
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All Nutrients SpreadsheetThis report shows all nutrient values in a spreadsheet format. Nutrients are displayed horizontally, with totals at the bottom of the list. Profile Info Personal: Kelly Metress Male 19 yrs 5 ft 6 in 160 lb Day(s): Day 1 (Lunch, D
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