Chapter 6 Slides - No Clicker Qs

Chapter 6 Slides - No Clicker Qs - Average Atomic Weight...

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fatty acid ATP (energy) + ADP glycogenesis, then glycolysis β‐ oxidation to acetyl CoA, then oxidation to CO 2 Producing Energy in the Body glycogen (marathon) (1000m) (100m)
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Producing Energy in the Body (1 pt) = total energy available Question: Why is it not possible for you to run atafull sprint for an entire marathon? a) ATP cannot be produced fast enough from creatine phosphate to maintain a full spring pace for an entire marathon. b) Creatine phosphate is a limiting reactant, and once it runs out, ATP cannot be produced at a fast enough rate to maintain the spring pace. c) ATP is a limiting reactant, and once it runs out, the spring pace cannot be maintained. d) A and B are correct e) B and C are correct
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Unformatted text preview: Average Atomic Weight and Molar Mass What is the Mole? Chemical Reactions Atoms vs. Moles Chemical Reactions Using moles to balance reactions States of Matter in Reaction Equations C 7 H 16 (l) + O 2 (g) CO 2 (g) + H 2 O(g) Zn(s) + HCl(aq) ZnCl 2 (aq) + H 2 (g) aq = aqueous (dissolved in water) Chemical Reactions Stoichiometry and Limiting Reactants Chemical Reactions Aqueous reactions, solution concentration, and titrations Titration unknown concentration solution Erlenmeyer flask buret standard solution (known concentration) An indicator is added which changes color once the reaction is complete Chemical Reactions %Composition, Elemental Analysis, and Empirical/Molecular Formula Elemental Analysis and Mass Spec...
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