Chapter 2 Chemistry(1) - Bi2242 Human Anatomy and...

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Bi2242 – Human Anatomy and Physiology I Study Guide: Chapter 2 Terms to know: Matter Mass Solid Liquid Gas Element Organic molecule Atom Molecule Compound Proton Neutron Electron Atomic number Mass number Radioisotope Mixture Solution Colloid Suspension Concentration Ionic bond Cation Anion Ion Covalent bond Hydrogen bond Polar Nonpolar Kinetic energy Potential energy ATP Cellular respiration Glucose Electrical energy Mechanical energy Radiant energy pH Acid Base Alkaline Alkalosis Acidosis Buffer
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Concepts to know: Describe the three types of matter, and give an A&P example of each. SOLID – BONES LIQUID Define element, and list the four most common elements found in the human body. What is an organic molecule? Describe the relationship between atoms, elements, molecules, and compounds. Describe the subdivisions of atoms, and where in the atom each is located. What does the atomic number tell us about the atom? The mass number?
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