Worksheet_1_Bonds_Spr17 - Spring 2017 Worksheet 1 Refer...

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Spring 2017: Worksheet 1: Refer chapters 2 and 4 in Campbell 10 th ed Mini lecture Refer: Quest LM 1 (Bonds minilecture). Some questions adapted from: An Introduction to Chemistry for Biology Students by George Sackheim (8 th edition) and contributions from faculty teaching BIO 311C. Online resources for reference: IM forces (good for molecular shapes and polarity) and Thermodynamics (general review of 1st and 2nd law) Learning Objectives: Use these as a guide to learn and study for the exams 1. Name the different types of bonds present in biological molecules. 2. Explain the formation of each of the following: polar and nonpolar covalent bonds, ionic bonds, hydrogen bonds, hydrophobic interactions, van der Waals interactions. 3. Rate bonds in the order of their strength from weakest to strongest. 4. What type of bond occurs between O and H, C and H, N and H, Na and Cl? 5. Explain how the bonding versatility of carbon helps to form different types of mole- cules in cells.
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