Quiz 14
Name_
1. A template strands sequence is 3 AACCGGTAC 5. What is the sequence of the strand
complementary to this template?
A) 3 AACCGGTAC 5
B) 5 TTGGCCATG 3
C) 5 CATGGCCAA 3
D) 5 GGTTAACGT 3
E) 3 TTGGCCATG 5
2. Suppose a cell has 6 chromosomes. At
Lecture 4
STEADY STATE KINETICS
The equations of enzyme kinetics are the conceptual tools that allow us to interpret quantitative
measures of enzyme activity. The object of this lecture is to thoroughly illustrate the equations we
use, the assumptions mad
Quiz 15
Name_
1. Which of the following are advantages of constructing a protein of many amino acid monomers.
A) A no-longer-needed protein can be broken down and a different protein constructed from the same
monomers.
B) An animal can eat a plant protein
Chemistry 1000
Chapter 14 HW
Dr. Muro
EACH CORRECT ANSWER IS WORTH l POINT = 50 POINTS. RECORD
ANSWER AND SECTION NUMBER ON SCANTRON. ERASE COMPLETELY. NO
ADDITIONAL POINTS FOR SCANTRON ERRORS. A=TRUE B=FALSE.
TRUE/FALSE
l.
10.
ll.
12.
13.
One mole of H28
Maryam Memon
CHME 100
Medicine in prehistoric times primarily consisted of plants and herbs, which were used with
religious rituals to heal the sick. Though this provided occasional treatment, many times it proved to be
fatal. As society developed, medici
3-2
Re: Assignment of removal of acetone
After meeting with the project team a plan has been developed for the removal of the excess of acetone
from the facility. Since, an outside facility will have to be contacted to come and pick up the excess
acetone
Section 2.2
Finding Limits Graphically and Numerically
Objectives
1.
Estimate a limit using a numerical or
graphical
approach.
2.
Learn different ways that a limit can fail to
exist.
Section 2.2
2
Objective 1: Estimate a limit using a
numerical or graphic
Section 3.1
The Derivative and Tangent Line Problem
Objectives
1.
Find the slope of the tangent line to a curve
at a point.
2.
Use the limit definition to find the derivative
of a function.
3.
Understand the relationship between
differentiability and cont
Chemical Kinetics
Chapter 13
Chemical Kinetics
Thermodynamics does a reaction take place?
Kinetics how fast does a reaction proceed?
Reaction rate is the change in the concentration of a
reactant or a product with time (M/s).
A
B
[A]
rate = t
[A] = change
Section 2.4
Continuity and One-Sided Limits
Objectives
1.
Determine continuity at a point and
continuity on an open interval.
2.
Determine one-sided limits and continuity on
a closed interval.
3.
Use properties of continuity.
Section 2.4
2
Objective 1: De
Section 1.6
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Objectives
1.
2.
3.
Develop and use properties of exponential
functions.
Understand the definition of the number .
Understand the definition of the natural
logarithmic function, and develop and use
proper
Section 3.4
The Chain Rule
Objectives
1.
Find the derivative of a composite function
using the Chain Rule.
2.
Find the derivative of a function involving the
natural logarithmic function.
3.
Define and differentiate exponential
functions that have bases
Section 3.2
Basic Differentiation Rules and Rates of Change
Objectives
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Find the derivative of a function using the
Constant Rule.
Find the derivative of a function using the Power
Rule.
Find the derivative of a function using the
Cons
Section 2.3
Evaluating Limits Analytically
Objectives
1.
Evaluate a limit using properties of limits.
2.
Develop and use a strategy for finding limits.
3.
Evaluate a limit using dividing out technique.
4.
Evaluate a limit using the rationalizing
technique
Section 2.5
Infinite Limits
Objectives
1.
Determine infinite limits from the left and
from the right.
2.
Find and sketch the vertical asymptotes of
the graph of a function.
Section 2.5
2
Objective 1: Determine infinite limits from
the left and from the ri
Nuclear Chemistry Worksheet
Using your knowledge of nuclear chemistry, write the equations for the following
processes:
1)
The alpha decay of radon-198
2)
The beta decay of uranium-237
3)
Positron emission from silicon-26
4)
Sodium-22 undergoes electron c
pH Calculations
1)
Determine the pH of the following solutions:
a)
b)
A 3.67 x 10-5 M KOH solution.
c)
A solution made by diluting 25 mL of 6.0 M HCl until the final
volume of the solution is 1.75 L.
d)
2)
A 4.5 x 10-3 M HBr solution.
5 L of an aqueous so
pH Practice Worksheet
1)
What is the pH of a solution that contains 25 grams of hydrochloric acid
(HCl) dissolved in 1.5 liters of water?
2)
What is the pH of a solution that contains 1.32 grams of nitric acid (HNO3)
dissolved in 750 mL of water?
3)
What
Percent Yield Worksheet
1)
Write the equation for the reaction of iron (III) phosphate with sodium
sulfate to make iron (III) sulfate and sodium phosphate.
2)
If I perform this reaction with 25 grams of iron (III) phosphate and an
excess of sodium sulfate
Ranking Molecules by Increasing Polarity
In each of the following problems, rank the molecules from lowest to highest
polarity:
1)
PF3, LiOH, SF2, NF3
2)
Ni(OH)3, N2H2, CH3OH, C2H5OH
3)
B2F4, H2C2O4, CuCl2, CF2O
4)
PH3, PF3, NH3, NF3
5)
H2O, H2S, HF, H2
R
Mole Calculation Practice Worksheet
Answer the following questions:
1)
How many moles are in 25.0 grams of water?
2)
How many grams are in 4.500 moles of Li2O?
3)
How many molecules are in 23.0 moles of oxygen?
4)
How many moles are in 3.4 x 1023 molecule
Finding the pH of Weak Acids
1)
Find the pH of a 0.065 M solution of formic acid. The acid dissociation
constant (Ka) for formic acid is 1.8 x 10-4.
2)
Find the pH of a 0.325 M acetic acid solution. Ka = 1.8 x 10-5.
3)
Find the pH of a solution that conta
The Periodic Table & Oxidation States
Which group of the periodic table is most likely described by questions 1-5?
1)
These elements are very strong oxidizers. _
2)
These elements have a charge of +2 when forming ionic compounds.
_
3)
These elements are a
Review: Naming Ionic Compounds
Write the formulas of the following ionic compounds (1 pt each):
1)
iron (II) arsenide
2)
lead (II) sulfate
3)
lead (IV) hydroxide
4)
copper (II) acetate
5)
beryllium chloride
6)
ammonium chromate
7)
silver oxide
8)
potassiu
Naming Compounds and Molar Masses
Answers are provided on the second sheet. Please try to do the worksheet
without referring to them, because youll be expected to know this stuff the
second day of school!
Name each of the following chemical compounds and
Molarity Practice Worksheet
Find the molarity of the following solutions:
1)
0.5 moles of sodium chloride is dissolved to make 0.05 liters of solution.
2)
0.5 grams of sodium chloride is dissolved to make 0.05 liters of solution.
3)
0.5 grams of sodium ch
Oxidation and Reduction Practice
In each of the following equations, indicate the element that has been oxidized
and the one that has been reduced. You should also label the oxidation state of
each before and after the process:
1)
2 Na + FeCl2
2 NaCl + Fe