Bio - to its molecular weight o A 1 M solution is one mole...

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Chemical Reactions Polar non-polar Polar molecules are hydrophilic Non-polar molecules are hydro-phobic Water forces nonpolar molecules together Cell membranes are held together by hydrophobic interactions Van der waals interactions Nonpolar molecules are attracted to each other by a weak force called VDW  interaction (transient dipoles) Chemical reactions Can be written like an equation o Just like any equation it must balance out Molarity o A mole is the same amount of a substance in grams who’s weight is equal 
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Unformatted text preview: to its molecular weight o A 1 M solution is one mole of a compound dissolved in water to make one liter Acids and bases Acids release H+ ions in solution o If the reaction is complete it is a strong acid o In biology we look at weak acids Carboxyl COOH COOK COO- + H+ Bases accept H+ in solution o NaOH ionizes completely to Na+ and OH-o The amino group NH2 is important 15:45 15:45...
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2010 for the course BIOL 205 taught by Professor Kramer during the Winter '08 term at McGill.

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