Quiz 2 - b 18 mg c 180 mg d 1.8 g e 18 g 6 How many carbon...

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9.12.8 Quiz 2 1. Which of these will have higher specific heat due to hydrogen bonding? a. C-3 hydrocarbon, b. H 2 O c. C 2 H 5 OH d. C-3 ketone e. O 2 2. In a solution, heat is a measure of: a. total amount of kinetic energy of molecules b. the average kinetic energy of molecules 3. A possible isomer type of C 4 H 10 is: a. structural b, enantiomer c. geometric d. neither type is possible 4. Two solutions with equal osmolarity are: 2 SO 4 b.1M KNO 3 & 1 M NaCl 2 d. 1 M hexose & 2M triose 5. Molecular mass of glucose = 180. How much is needed to make 100 ml of 1 mM solution? a. 1.8 mg
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Unformatted text preview: b. 18 mg c. 180 mg d. 1.8 g e. 18 g 6. How many carbon atoms and oxygen atoms are in a sucrose molecule? a. 6 & 6 b. 12 & 12 c. 12 & 24 d. 12 & 22 e. 12 & 11 7. Which functional group is indicated in corticosterone? a. hydroxyl b. carboxyl c. amino d. carbonyl e. aldehyde Choose from the following for Q8- Q10: a. cellulose b. glycogen c. chitin d. starch e. alpha-glucose 8. A highly branched polysaccharide 9. Forms the exoskeleton of invertebrates 10. Extensive hydrogen bonding occurs between its adjacent/parallel molecules KEY: 1b; 2a; 3a; 4b; 5b; 6e; 7d; 8b; 9c; 10a...
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