Midterm 01 - c) Given a formula, encircle the functional...

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Chem114A First Mid-term exam The exam will take place in Peterson Hall 110 at 11AM on Friday October 16, 2009 . I will design the exam in a way that a student who masters the material has no problem to complete it in 50 minutes . Please, try to sit in a way that allows to have an empty seat between you and your classmates . Use non-erasable ink to complete the exam, write your name in each exam page and, please, show your UCSD ID as you turn in the exam. The exam will have 16 questions . Questions 1 to 12 will be definitions or formulae or ask you to explain a graph or figure (5 points each) . For example: a) What is a hydrogen bond? b) Draw the formula of isoleucine.
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Unformatted text preview: c) Given a formula, encircle the functional groups, for example: amine or carboxyl groups. d) Draw the formulae of the following reaction: Threonine + Histidine + Leucine ----------- tripeptide (Thr-His-Leu) e) Write the formulae of the ionization states of glycine expected for points A, B and C in the following graph. f) If the following polypeptide forms an alpha-helix draw an arrow among the groups that are expected to form hydrogen bonds (hint: there will be a total of two arrows) Questions 13 to 16 will be problems from the HW or questions from HW reading (10 points each)....
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2011 for the course CHEM 114A 114A taught by Professor Viadiu during the Fall '08 term at UCSD.

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