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CH369.lecture2.1-22-2009-1

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Announcements 1. Textbooks Bundled textbooks from co-op ~$95 Wileyplus + ebook $55 Wileyplus is open for a week to everyone 2. Icliker 3. contact Sarah Long for becoming a preceptor 4. Check blackboad for course info.
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Study groups The facebook group will host discussions and times of the preceptor study groups. URL: http://www.facebook.com/group.php? gid=130742650584
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Energy in biological system
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Cells requires energy for all the functions Living, growing and reproduction Assembling small molecules into polymeric macromolecules Unless the monomeric units are readily available, a cell must synthesize the monomers.
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First law of thermodynamics Energy can neither be created nor destroyed during a chemical reaction Energy can only be converted between the two forms associated with reaction energy is call enthalpy, H.
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A spontaneous process A. occurs without the addition of free energy. B. has a ΔG<0. C. is exergonic.
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