Chapter 24 Winter 2011

Chapter 24 Winter 2011 - Quiz: Did you read Chapter 24 for...

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Chapter 24 It’s all chemistry (Actually, it’s all physics but a chemist wrote the chapter) Quiz: Did you read Chapter 24 for today? ) es a) Yes b) No Earth Complex Materials can be understood in terms of atomic bonding. Two examples: s Animals Fats: A family of covalently bonded molecules s Minerals Silicates: Covalently bonded molecule that combines both covalently and ionically to other molecules and metals. s Vegetables Oils: Another family of covalently molecules These three examples are common and prevalent materials Canola flower Quartz crystal Polyunsaturated fat is A. The name of a character in “Little Abner” B. Good for you . ad for you C. Bad for you D. I am not sure but I have noticed it on food labels E. I have no idea
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A. Good for you B. Bad for you . have no idea C. I have no idea Trans-fatty acids are A. Good for you B. Bad for you . have no idea C. I have no idea What do you know about fats? Fats at room temperature – What observations can we make? Butter
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course PHY S 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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