OUTLINE OF CHAPTER 1 MEASUREMENT
Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry: Structures of Life (Timberlake, 3 rd Edition)
1. Measurements, 14
Scientist/health pros use metric system of measurement (used by U.S). International System of Units (SI)
Pre Lab Questions
8. Experimental Procedure, Part C.3. The mass of a beaker is 5.333 g. After 5.00 mL of a
concentrated hydrochloric acid solution is pipetted into a beaker, the combined mass of the
beaker and th
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1. Suppose you were dehydrating 2-methyl-2- butanol in this lab. Draw the two alkene prod-ucts and
predict which alkene should predom-inate and why.
2. Draw cis and trans 2-methylcyclohexanol in their most
2. Using your results, what is the ratio of chloride molarity to the combined molarity of
calcium + magnesium?
Mchloride : Mca+mg = 0.0158 : 0.0083 = 19.04:1
3. The pH for the water for human consumption should be close to neutral. H
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1. Arrange the following radicals in order of in- creasing stability, low to high.
2. a. show how gombergs dimer, whose true structure was given previously, can be formed by the
combination of t
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1. Draw the R enantiomer of CFClBrI as a 3-D (wedge and dotted line) structure and as a
Fis- cher projection (putting the I at the top and the F to the right).
2. An unknown sugar at a concentrat
1) Draw all contributing resonance structures with the maximum number of
complete octets and the minimum number of atoms with a formal charge. Circle the
most contributing resonance structure.
There are a lot of resonance structures for thi
Physical Chemistry I
Homework Assignment 2
You have an ideal monatomic gas (what does that suggest about Cv and Cp?) in a
1.00 dm3 container at 25 C and 10 bar pressure. Draw the complete PV diagrams
for each of the following processes st
1. I am a computer science major and this article reflects on the work a programmer has to
do in order to encrypt a phone and how to protect the privacy of the user. Although this
article seems more
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Salvation is a story about a kid and his first religious experience in a church.
Shooting an elephant is a story about a British soldier and his experience of
shooting and elephant. Both writings are about d
Dr. Yu Zhang
A world without cell phones is impossible to imagine now a days. Cell phone has without a
doubt the biggest impact on our daily lives. We have variety of usages of cell phones every day
at our home, work and everywher
Reflection #4 - due Sunday 4/17/2016 at 11:59PM
Word limits - 450 words total, 150 words MAXIMUM each question (1-3)
1. From your personal perspective, what was the most critical ethical issue from the film Henry's Daughters?
Reflection #1 - due Monday 2/1/2016 at 1:59PM
Word limits - 900 words total, 300 words MAXIMUM each question (1-3)
1. Why science vs. engineering for YOU (personal values, professional goals, life goals etc.)?
I chose en
1. Balance each equation in the mechanisms showing thr formation of ozone in the upper
layer of the atmosphere,
a) N2 + O2 2NO
b) 2NO + O2 2NO2
c) 2NO2 + UV light 2NO + 2O
d) 2O + 2O2 2O3
e) How many moles of O2 are required to form o
1. What role does potassium iodide play in the generation of oxygen? How does this differ
from the role of sodium bicarbonate in the production of carbon dioxide.
Potassium iodide is used as the catalyst in order to decompose hydrogen peroxi
1. Potatoes are low in fat, so where does the fat in potato chips come from? How are low
fat chips different?
Potato chips are fried in oil to be made crispy and the fat comes from the oil. Low fat
chips are often kettle cooked rathe
Topic: The Effect of Cell Phones on Human Behavior.
Thesis: A world without cellphones is impossible to imagine now a days. Cell phone has without any
doubt the biggest impact on our daily lives. We have variety of
Van Der Waals EOS Code:
function[Z_calc] = compressibility(Tr,Pr)
Tc = 304.2; % [K] critical temperature
Pc = 72.9; % [atm] critical pressure
Z = .01:.0001:5; % range of reasonable Z values Tr
nm = max
1. Explain briefly why pH is a useful way of describing acid and base solutions over a very
wide range of concentrations?
Since pH is the log of the concentration of a solution and pH 1 will be equivalent to .
1 and pH of 14 would be