Outline-BiologicalMolecules-10July07 - Biological...

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Biological Molecules, Cell Structure and Function I will not cover the information from chapter 3; however, I will expect you to know the following basic terms from this chapter: Atoms – submicroscopic particles that make up all matter Protons – have a mass and carry a positive charge Neutrons – neutral and carry no charge Electrons – very little mass and carry a negative charge Elements – pure substances that are made up of a single kind of atom and cannot be separated into different substances by ordinary chemical  methods Ions – atoms that have lost or gained electrons Chemical bonds (e.g., covalent, ionic)  Solvent – the substance in the solution that is in the greater amount Solute – the substance that dissolves in the solvent to form the solution. I will be using this terminology in lecture, but will not have specific exam questions about these terms.
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIOL 105 taught by Professor Eisenbach during the Winter '07 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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