lecture 9-04-09 percent, molarity, osmolarity

Lecture - Chapter 3 continued Learning objective Practice solving concentration problems Simple conversions from percent to molar to osmolar soln

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Chapter 3 continued – Learning objective: Practice: solving concentration problems - Simple conversions from percent to molar to osmolar soln., & vice versa Chapter 4 (pp.58-66) Carbon compounds Learning objectives: Understand the basis for carbon’s versatility Be able to recognize, name and draw major functional groups Be able to recognize, name and draw three types of isomers (structural, geometric, and enantiomer (aka optical). Know how to predict solubility characteristics of organic compounds based on molecular structure/functional group/polarity Know how cpd type is indicated by the endings of cpd names Terms to know include….organic chemistry, functional group, isomer (geometric, enantiomer, structural),
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0.1M solution? [M. Mass of glucose = 180 g] Answer: It would take 18 g in a liter to make a 0.1M solution. But, a volume of 100 ml would only require 1/10 th of 18, or 1.8 g.
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2010 for the course BIO 50415 taught by Professor Batterton during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Lecture - Chapter 3 continued Learning objective Practice solving concentration problems Simple conversions from percent to molar to osmolar soln

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