Chapter 2 - Chemistry Understand the basic structure of the...

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Chemistry Understand the basic structure of the atom. Be able to draw a simple representation of an atom and label the subatomic particles. Understand how atoms of one element differ from the atoms of another element. Understand how atomic number and atomic mass are determined. Be familiar with those elements that are commonly found in living systems. Understand what a mole is and how to convert atomic mass of an element to the weight of a mole of that substance.
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Chemistry Understand what an ion is and how ions participate in ionic bonding. Understand how atoms combine to form molecules. Given the atomic number of an atom be able to determine its behavior with regard to ionization or ability to form covalent bonds. Be able to interpret a molecular formula. Understand what a polar covalent bond is and how polar molecules differ from nonpolar molecules.
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Chemistry Understand what hydrogen bonds are. Know the characteristics of molecules that form hydrogen bonds and how this capacity affects the ability of the molecule to dissolve in water. Understand why ions dissolve in water. Understand what solutions are and be familiar with
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2009 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Don during the Fall '09 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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Chapter 2 - Chemistry Understand the basic structure of the...

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