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Study_Guide_1_2008

Study_Guide_1_2008 - Study Guide#1 for Biology 1201 section...

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Study Guide #1 for Biology 1201, section 7 Objectives : Students should be able to define and understand the following terms and concepts. Chapter 1 , pages 1-27 Classification (Figure 1.14) Major lineages (Figure 1.15) Scientific Method (pages 18-24) Self Quiz questions 5, 6, 8, 10 Chapter 2 , pages 30-45 Elements and Compounds (Table 2.1) Atomic Number and Atomic Mass Isotopes Valence and bonding Particularly the bonding properties of C, N, O, Na, Cl, H, P, K and S **(Figure 2.9)** Be sure to understand figure Figure 2.9! This figure explains bonding patterns. See me if you do not understand how this figure explains chemical bonding. Covalent bonds, ionic bonds, polar covalent bonds (Figures 2.12, 2.13, 2.14) Shape of compounds (Figure 2.17) Get 3-dimensional! (Figure 2.18) Self Quiz questions 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 Chapter 3 , pages 46-57 Water is a bent, polar molecule Why water is a bent polar molecule ( Figure 2.17 (again)). Make sure to understand why water is bent. Hydrogen bonds (Figure 3.2 and Figure 2.16) Properties of water: surface tension, high specific heat, cohesion, excellent solvent (Figures 3.4, 3.6, 3.7) pH (Figure 3.9) Hydrophobic versus hydrophilic
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