Midterm 1-patrick

Midterm 1-patrick - NAME_ 1 st MIDTERM 1 BILD1 Fall 2006 ID...

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MIDTERM 1 BILD1 Fall 2006 NAME __________________________ Page 1 of 7 ID NUMBER________________________ 1 st MIDTERM BILD1 Fall 2006 WAIVER: (please sign): By signing this waiver I give permission for this exam to be handed back to me in class and acknowledge that this may expose my score to view by other students. If I do not sign this waiver, I acknowledge that my exam will be available for pickup after class at 2140 Pacific Hall. Signature_______________________________________ PAGE 2 [problem 1] _____________ (12pts) ________ PAGE 3 [problem 2,3] ______________ (14pts) _______ PAGE 4 [problems 4,5] ______________ (16pts) ______ PAGE 5 [problem 6,7] ______________ (17pts) ________ PAGE 6 [problems 8] ______________ (18pts) _______ PAGE 7 [problems 9,10] ______________ (23pts) ______ TOTAL out of 100 --------------------
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MIDTERM 1 BILD1 Fall 2006 NAME __________________________ Page 2 of 7 Problem 1. Hydrogen Bonds and Biology Part A. Answer the following questions about molecule A shown below. (2pt) How many atoms in the structure of molecule A can donate a hydrogen bond? _ _ _ 4 ___ atoms (2pt) How many atoms in the structure of molecule A can accept a hydrogen bond? _ _ _ 6 ___ atoms (2pt) What is the name of functional group most represented in molecule A? _____ hydroxyl _ (1 pt for OH group) Part B. The three molecules shown below have similar molecular weights but have very different properties. Based on what you learned in class about hydrogen bonds, place these three molecules in order of expected water solubility. Justify your answer with a few words about each molecule. A B C (2pt) ___ C ___ is most soluble, because: accepts 2 H-Bonds and donates 1 H-Bond (most hydrophilic – 1pt) (2pt) ___ A ___ is the least soluble, because: because it can not accept or donate H-Bonds (most hydrophobic – 1pt) (2pt)___ B ___has solubility between the other two, because: because: accepts 1 H-Bonds and donates 1 H-Bond HO O OH
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MIDTERM 1 BILD1 Fall 2006 NAME __________________________ Page 3 of 7 Hyrdrophilic head (water Hyrdrophobic core (water Problem 2. Emergent properties of Chemistry and Biology (5pts) Place the following terms below in the most logical order. I will give you one (a free
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course BILD 1 taught by Professor Boulanger during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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Midterm 1-patrick - NAME_ 1 st MIDTERM 1 BILD1 Fall 2006 ID...

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