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Fall 09 BIOL 1000 Test 1 12:30 © Property of Matt Kearley 1. Identify the molecule below: A. glucose B. amino acid C. nucleotide D. steroid 2. The molecule above is a type of: A. protein B. lipid C. carbohydrate D. nucleic acid 3. The reaction above is an example of: A. hydrolysis B. dehydration synthesis C. a catabolic reaction D. an ionic bond 4. All living organisms: A. have a nucleus B. have organelles C. have organization D. all of the above 5. Let's say your car doesn't start. The explanation that automatically comes into your head is that the battery is dead and you pop the hood to gather more information. Your explanation would be an example of a: A. theory B. control C. hypothesis D. experiment 6. In NH 3, the electrons are pulled towards the nitrogen end of the molecule. So the nitrogen end of the molecule is more negative and the hydrogen end is more positive. This would be an example of a/an: A. ionic bond B. hydrogen bond C. polar covalent bond D. none of the above 7. You drop salt into water. The salt is a/an: A. solute B. solution C. solvent D. aci
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Potassium (K) has an atomic # of 19. Use this information to answer the questions below. 8. If K has a neutral charge, then how many electrons does it have in its outer shell? A. 8
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