311C water_review

311C water_review - 2 Draw a water molecule hydrogen bonded...

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Water review checklist Campbell: chapter 3: pages 46-54 (7 th edition: pages 47-55) Hillis: chapter 2: pages 21-22, chapter 3: pages 39-40, chapter 40: page 786 Water Structure Polarity Hydrogen bonding in water Emergent properties of water Cohesion Moderation of temperature Specific heat (heat capacity) Heat of vaporization Expansion upon freezing: liquid water vs. ice Solvent of life Solvent Solute Solution Aqueous solution Hydrophilic substances Hydrophobic substances Amphipathic substances Molarity (M) Molecular mass Mole Molar mass Dissociation of water molecules H+ (H 3 O+) and OH- pH (calculating pH, [H+] and [OH-]) pH scale Acid Base Neutral solution Acidic solution Basic solution Buffers Exam skills (please note this list is not exhaustive) 1. Draw a water molecule. Label all bonds and show any partial charges.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Draw a water molecule hydrogen bonded to 4 neighboring water molecules. 3. Explain how the four emergent properties of water relate to the structure and interaction of water molecules. 4. Compare/contrast: hydrophobic, hydrophilic and amphipathic substances. Be able to identify each type based on structure. 5. Calculate molecular mass, molar mass and molarity given atomic masses. 6. Calculate pH given [H+] or [OH-}. Calculate [H+] given pH or [OH-]. Calculate [OH-] given pH or [H+]. 7. Contrast acid & base and acidic, basic & neutral solutions (using pH, [H+] and [OH-]). 8. Explain how a simple buffer system will respond to an increase in pH and decrease in pH....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course BIO 311C taught by Professor Satasivian during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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