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TA: Paul Shao [email protected] Sec A08, Wedn 6-7pm HSS1305 OH: Mon 11-12pm PCE Handout #1: Hydrophilicity and Functional Groups 1. Which of the followings are hyrdophobic? Hyrdophilic? 2. Drug A is a polar and ionized molecule while Drug B is a nonpolar and nonionized molecue. Which one will be better absorbed by the skin, which is composed of a layer of dead cell and bilipid membrane? Explain. 3. What is the valence for Oxygen? How many valence electron does Nitrogen have? 4. What is a hydrogen bond? Give 3 examples. 5. How does carbonic acid H2CO3 work as a buffer in the blood? Write the chem eqn and label the H+ donor and H+ acceptor. Functional Groups:
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Unformatted text preview: Name Structure General function/characteristic Hyrdoxyl-Polar-Help dissovle oranic compound Carbonyl-Provide polarity Carboxyl-Donates H+ readily and reversibly-Ionize at pH=7-Amino acid backbone 1 TA: Paul Shao [email protected] Sec A08, Wedn 6-7pm HSS1305 OH: Mon 11-12pm PCE Amino-Accept H+-Basic-Amino acid backbone Suflhydryl-Form disulfate bridges, which provide physical stability Phosphate-Makes the molecule an anion ( - charged ion) Mehtyl-Nonpolar-Modify DNA-Affect gene expression Make sure that you can recognize the structure! 2 TA: Paul Shao [email protected] Sec A08, Wedn 6-7pm HSS1305 OH: Mon 11-12pm PCE 3...
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2012 for the course BILD 1 taught by Professor Boulanger during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.

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