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Study Questions 1 1) How do the noncovalent interactions compare in strength to each other and to covalent bonds? 2) 6) Draw a typical energy diagram for a van der waals contact. Make sure to label the x and y axes. 3) Which atoms commonly found in biological molecules are hydrogen bond acceptors? a) Carbon b) Oxygen c) Nitrogen d) A and C e) B and C 4) Describe what happens when a salt dissolves in water. 5) Why is ice less dense than water? 6) Two oil droplets will come together in a solution of water. Explain why this occurs. 7) Why is the dielectric constant for a non-polar solvent lower than the dielectric constant for a polar solvent? 8) What are the four nitrogenous bases of DNA? What are the structures of the four nitrogenous bases of DNA? Which bases pair with each other? How many hydrogen bonds are in each pair? 9) Which of the following is true about DNA? a) DNA is made up of four monomers.
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