BIO201 - Lecture 4

BIO201 - Lecture 4 - Lecture #4. Wed. 1-23-08 Announcements...

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Lecture #4. Wed. 1-23-08
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Announcements (Wed. 1-23-08) 1. No labs in BIO201B until March 17. No labs this week. 2. No force registration. No waiting list. Just regular registration. 3. No changing labs sections except by going through drop/add registration 4. Pick up syllabus. The syllabus is also on UBLearns for BIO201B. Make sure it is BIO201B . 5. For BIO201B, everyone must take the labs, even if you are repeating the course 6. Readings for this week: A. The syllabus. Make sure you read it all B. Karp, Chapt.1 and 2 (seize the Karp) 1. Ashley Bennett, the Graduate TA, will hold office hours on Tues. and Wed. from 1:00 to 2:00pm in H631 Hochstetter Hall. Her e-mail: alb28@buffalo.edu
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Preview Slides I’m going to start providing Preview Slides of my Powerpoints It is VERY important to note: 1. If it is a Preview Slide , it may change A. It will have a gray backround B. Information on preview slides may change, It is not final. C. The purpose of these is to provide you with any complex figures that you don’t want to draw in class and may want to write on 2. If it is a Final Slide , it is the one to be trusted A. It will have a white background B. Some of the preview slides may not be covered that day. To know what was covered, look at the FINAL SLIDES.
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Hydrogen Bonds Preview Slides have gray backgrounds
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Hydrogen Bonds Final Slides have White Backgrounds
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Some examples of Dissociations Strong Acid: 1.0mM HCl 1.0mM H + + 1.0mM Cl- Strong Base: 1.0mM NaOH 1.0mM Na + + 1.0mM OH- Ionic:
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BIO201 - Lecture 4 - Lecture #4. Wed. 1-23-08 Announcements...

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