Functional grops

Functional grops - a. O H b. C C a.C H b.N-H c.O-O Can you...

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Functional Group Practice  Slides Ch 4 Guess what?  You have to look up the  answers!  Have fun superstars!
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What are  the  functional  groups? v
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What are  the  functional  groups? Are these  molecules polar  or nonpolar? Are they hydrophilic or  hydrophobic?
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What are  the  functional  groups? Is this molecule  polar or  nonpolar?
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What are the two  functional groups? Would this molecule  act as an acid or a  base?
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What is the functional  group? Would this molecule  act as an acid or a  base?
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What are the three  functional groups? Would this molecule  act as an acid or a  base? Is this molecule  polar or  nonpolar?
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What are the two  functional groups?
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What are the two  functional groups?
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1.Isomers may differ from each other: a. In molecular formula b. In charge distribution c. In the covalent arrangement of atoms d. In the spatial arrangement of atoms
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1.Which of these covalent bonds are polar?
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Unformatted text preview: a. O H b. C C a.C H b.N-H c.O-O Can you explain why in your own words? Explain polar vs nonpolar covalent bonds in your own words. What is the difference between ionic and covalent bonds? What kind of isomers are these? Structural Geometric Enantiomers What kind of isomers are these? Structural Geometric Enantiomers Why isnt this molecule possible?! Which molecule will act as a base? Which is nonpolar? Which contains a carbonyl group? A hydroxyl group? Will any of these act as an acid? Which group will act as a base? Which group/s is/are polar? Will any of these act as an acid? Which group will stabilize a protein structure? Which group is found in sugars? Which carbon is asymmetric? Explain why in your own words....
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2010 for the course BIO 1441 taught by Professor Dr.frederick during the Spring '10 term at UT Arlington.

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Functional grops - a. O H b. C C a.C H b.N-H c.O-O Can you...

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