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WebCT for PDF/Powerpoint files of lectures and for unmarked online quizzes; discussion board Web site of textbook www.thelifewire.com for animations, etc. My lectures cover Chapters 2-8 of “Life” by Sadava et al.; exam questions will ONLY be on material covered in the lectures! Please e-mail me with questions or to schedule an appointment
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Small Molecules 1: Chemical Bonds
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The Periodic Table (Part 1)
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The Periodic Table (Part 2) Why is the mass not 4? /weight The number of protons defines the identity of the element electron proton neutron Nucleus:
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Radioactive isotopes can be used as tracers in medicine. Isotopes of the same element have a different number of neutrons, e.g. 14 C has 6 protons and 8 neutrons Isotopes have identical chemical properties, but are usually unstable, i.e. radioactive To link atoms together, i.e. to form chemical bonds only electrons are important.
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1. Covalent Bond
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2010 for the course BIOLOGY biol 112 taught by Professor Dent during the Winter '09 term at McGill.

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