Nature of Compounds 10.10.11

Nature of Compounds 10.10.11 - Amphipathic 4. What is a...

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Susie Lee (susie.lee714@hotmail.com) Nature of Compounds SI sessions CHEM 222 Sun 6-7p BLOC 105 10/10/11 6-7p Mon 6-7p BLOC 105 Wed 6-7p BLOC 105 1. What are the five non-covalent interactions ? Molecules that contain only nonpolar bonds contain which type? 2. As the number of nonpolar bonds increase , water solubility _______________(increase/decrease). 3. Fill in the chart. Definition Look for… Capable to hydrogen bond? Hydrophilic Hydrophobic
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Unformatted text preview: Amphipathic 4. What is a micelle? Practice Problems: Identify whether or not the compound is water soluble. NH 3 Benzene C 5 H 11 SH Susie Lee (susie.lee714@hotmail.com) Nature of Compounds SI sessions CHEM 222 Sun 6-7p BLOC 105 10/10/11 6-7p Mon 6-7p BLOC 105 Wed 6-7p BLOC 105 Arrange the order of water solubility (least to greatest). A) B) Identify the nature of the following compounds and explain....
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Nature of Compounds 10.10.11 - Amphipathic 4. What is a...

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