1487 cum study guide f'06

1487 cum study guide f'06 - 1487 Final Exam Cumulative...

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1487 Final Exam Cumulative study guide. Chapter 1 How did biologists explain the origin of life before the cell theory? What happened to this hypothesis? Be familiar with the scientific process and experimental set up. Chapter 2 How many electrons would an atom need to have in its valence shell to cause it to not form bonds with other atoms? Which four elements make up approximately 96% of living matter? By what increment does the concentration of H+ increase or decrease with each increase or decrease in the pH scale? Would a solution with a high concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) have a low pH or a high pH? What determines the reactivity or chemical behavior of an atom? Why is carbon compatible with a greater number of different elements than any other type of atom? Explain the second law of thermodynamics. Chapter 3 Why is ATP so efficient at its function? Be familiar with various structures during protein formation. What inhibits chemical reactions?
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