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1/22 Exam 1 feb. 5 th Cumulative test on moodle Review session Monday @ 5:30 pm A101 Life Sciences Annex (corner of south campus drive & highland) Moodle Quiz 3 due next Tuesday Chemistry Assessment closes tomorrow, Friday @ 5pm pH pH = log[1/H+] = -log[OH-] pH below 7 is acidic (high concentration of H+ ions) pH above 7 is basic (high concentration of OH- ions) [H+] = [OH-] -log [H+] = -log [OH_] clicker: pH is 7 what is the pOH ? 7 Sum of pH + pOH is 14 Clicker: beginning with a solution of pH 8 you increase the [H+] by a factor of 1,000 what is the new pH of the solution? 5 pOH = 5; pH = 9 beginning with a solution of pOH 5 you increase the [OH-] by a factor of 1,000 what is the new pH of the solution? pOH is 2 pH = 12 components of a triglyceride: Glycerol, Fatty Acids (3 fatty acids covalently bonded to the glycerol) carbohydrate energy storage form in animals Glycogen Examples Energy Available per Gram Fat 9.3 Carbohydrate 3.8 Protein 3.1
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1/22 Advantages of lipids over carbohydrates Twice as much energy from fat Stored without water 1 g of glycogen is stored with 2 to 5 g of water (Disadvantage- not as rapidly mobilized as carbohydrates) Lipids metabolize in the mitochondria in the presence of O 2 Camel Clicker : the hump of the camel is filled with water false it is actually filled with lipid
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