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Test 1 koofer 1 - I aeakt s'rAy L=ntAe $lo 1 At what...

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I I (r"h r-l f"g "-t Gaou.* aeakt\ s\'rAy L=ntAe - $lo rloT 1) At what temperature is water at its densest? " " A)o"C | - (-q)'1:^9^" , ?r c) 32'C D) 100"C o , t*. o ' 2) lce is lighter and floats in water becau-se it is a crystalline stri.rcture in which each water molecule is bonded to a maiimum of four other water molecules by which kind of bond? '1, A) ionic (B*),lhydrogen ' C) covalent D)AandConly E) A, B, and C s tr B 3) \Mich of the following ionizes completely-in solution and.is considerei to be a strong base? A) NaCl {,' 3] ilf;: D).H2CO3 {E)iNaOH , , . 4) V/hich of the following ionizes completely in solution and is considrlred to be a strong acid? $) NaoH (-B))Hcl c) NH3 i D) H2CO3 E) CH3COOH ,.1 5) Which of the following is frue of geometric isomers? A) They have variations in arrangement around a double bond. -- Sifnei have an asymmetric carbon that makes them mirror imagesr/ C) They have the"same chemical ptopertiesr/ D) They have different molecular formulas./ E) Their ".t9. . and bonds are arranged in different sequences. .. I i *t 6) A compound contains hydroxyl groups as its predominant functional {roup. \Mtich following statements is frue concerning this compound? i i A) lt lacks an asymmetric carbon, and it is probably a fat or lipid. B) lt should dissolve in water. C) lt should dissolve'in a nonpolar solvent.,, ! D) lt won't form hydrogen bonds with water. , olLS, \o o'At' A. of the hTolrorTl - w.b., oA' tr n u'a'tc/ )i*,olve+ E) lt is hydrophobic. ' rt 7) \Mich of the following contains nitrogen in addition to carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen? .- r. p' A) an alcoholsuch as ethanol B) a monosaccharide such as glucose C) a steroid such as testosterorie D) an amino acid subh as glycine E) a hydrocarbon buch as benzene c.h.-\ q I "1 Z1a lo ai J4
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grdups can,act'as acids? A) amine and sulfhydryl B) carbonyl and carboxyl C) carboxyl and phosphate D) hydroxyl and aldehyde E) ketone and amino I i)d\, \o,n"t S'w., A\^)a!/ A Ca. bxi.r* 't,,t -d 3)+ ? 1'rau5 tr J- , E a<U,llze r +.r*afY 9+tu.-+1^ie. "D;*,.rr{fuo.,r CV \) r* lor'**g e '{- :*O}l h * A [}. -$a a *${ I' t *e*-n*x 9) \Vhic.h is a hydroxylfunctional group? 10) \Mich is an amino funitibnal group? 1l) \ /hich is a carbonylfunctionalgroup? H lr* \ ,z*.r. tt ^l:tr- 't n/'l H .l: 16) The'two moleiules shown above are best'described as A) enantiomers B) radioactive isotopes C) structural'isomers D) nonisotopic isomers : l E) geometric isomers I '12) \Mich is a functional gfoup that helpS stabilize proteins Oy ibrming covaleht cross-links within or between piotein molecules? , " *. 13) \Mich is a carboxylfunctional group? ' ' a 14) Which is'an acidic tunctionat group th'a't-can dissociate and re.lease'H* into a solution? .15;:q16,.n is a basic functional group that can accept H* and become positively charged?'
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This note was uploaded on 07/18/2011 for the course BIOL 1107 taught by Professor Armstrong during the Spring '07 term at UGA.

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