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1 Chem 11500 11/11/2010 Reading, Section 10.5 Learning Objectives are available on Blackboard. HW as usual Lab: Organic reactions, Chapter 8 (To get familiar with polymer terminology, browse Section 10.5, pps 478- 487) in your text. Exam III, 11/22, 6:00 pm, Hall of Music. Reading Assignments and Learning Objectives for Lectures 15-22 or 23 (through polymers) Additional material in Lectures 15-22 or 23 Labs in Chapters 6, 7, 8
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2 We will not study or cover viruses this semester.
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3 Polymers Polymer: A substance composed of molecules characterized by the multiple repetition of one or more species of atoms or groups of atoms covalently linked to each other in amounts sufficient to provide a set of properties that do not vary markedly with the addition or removal of one or a few of the constitutional units. Polyethylene
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4 Question #1 True or false. The cell membrane is a biopolymer . A.True A.False
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5 Question #2 Starch D
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6 Cellulose, another biopolymer monomer
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7 Structure of Proteins
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8 Genetic Material: DNA phosphate sugar base phosphate sugar base phosphate sugar base
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9 Natural rubber, a polymer Natural rubber occurs in the liquid known as latex, which comes from a rubber tree. Soft and sticky Slowly oxidized by air Stabilized by vulcanization. Most books have it that Charles
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course CHEM 116 taught by Professor Stevenson during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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