Exam 1 Study Guide - Bio 311C Fall 2007 Study Guide...

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Bio 311C Fall 2007 Study Guide material for Exam 1 up to and including Sept. 21 lecture Note: I use the word “Define” quite a bit; this also means that you understand the material cited to the extent we covered in lecture. Important points to learn about atoms, bonds, functional groups and water 1. Understand atomic structure, valence, and electronegativity to extent we covered in lecture. Important to specifically know the atomic numbers of H,C, O and N to help you understand their properties and number of bonds they can form. 2. What are the different types of chemical bonds? Define the different types of chemical isomers Differences in polar and nonpolar covalent bonds 3. Functional groups commonly found in biological molecules that we covered (be able to name and draw the chemical structure of the group connected to an R group(s) and note any partial or full charges on the atoms). 4. What are the properties of water structure? What are acids, bases and pH and how is pH calculated? Definitions of moles, molecular weights and molarity.
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course BIO 311C taught by Professor Satasivian during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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