lecture 1 - Introductions Course Outline Bio Theme...

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1 Introductions Chem 1A Instructor Team Professor Kristie Boering Dr. Michelle Douskey Professor Marcin Majda Professor Angelica Stacy Graduate Student Instructors For contact information, see: bspace.berkeley.edu Course Outline: Bio Theme Molecular Recognition: Biological and chemical systems distinguish between molecules and regulate behavior accordingly. Reaching Equilibrium: Biological and chemical processes are dynamic and reversible, and the outcomes can be manipulated depending on conditions. Engines of Life: The energy currency (or coin) of living organisms is the making and breaking of bonds. Energy from the Sun: Absorption of light causes the rearrangement of electrons, which in turn causes the growth of living organisms. For contact information, see: bspace.berkeley.edu Grading and Policies Midterm 1 80 Midterm 2 80 Midterm 3 80 Final Exam 240 Lab 250 Quizzes 100 Discussion 30 Homework 140 Total 1000 For contact information, see: bspace.berkeley.edu Quizzes are given in lecture using
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CHEM 1A taught by Professor Nitsche during the Fall '08 term at Berkeley.

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