MOL CLASS 12 - Water (class notes F11)

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1 NATURAL SCIENCE II: MOLECULES OF LIFE Fall 2011 Class 12 – Thursday, October 20 The Unusual Properties of Water Reading: Chapter 9 – Water Next class: Chapter 10 – Solutions (pp. 1 - 28) OUTLINE (1) Announcements and review (2) Studying cells using the microscope (3) Why is water unusual? (4) Polar and non-polar covalent bonds (5) Hydrogen bonding in liquid water (6) The unusual properties of water
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ANNOUNCEMENTS 2 Lab 5: Microscopy of Cells Learn how to be an expert user of the microscope Prepare a stained slide of your own cheek cells Study the size and structure of these cells Read intro in lab manual to prepare to for the lab and quiz – Rommended- briefly review the procedures Homework- write a short report on antibiotic resistance. This hw will be give 10/27
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3 HOW SMALL ARE CELLS? Cell sizes are measured in units of micrometers (microns). 50 μ m Human body cell 5 μ m cell nucleus 2 μ m bacterium virus 0.1 μ m 1 micrometer = 1/10^6
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4 STUDYING CELLS USING THE MICROSCOPE
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This note was uploaded on 12/27/2011 for the course SCI 101 taught by Professor Berenson during the Fall '08 term at NYU.

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