Chapter 15 Notes Chemical Equilibrium
The Concept of Equilibrium
Chemical equilibrium occurs when a reaction and its reverse reaction proceed at the same rate. In the figure above
equilibrium is finally reached in the third picture.
As system approaches e
Chapter 13 Notes Properties of Solutions
Solutions are homogeneous mixtures of two or more pure substances.
In a solution, the solute is dispersed uniformly throughout the solvent.
The ability of substances to form solutions depends on:
Chapter 16 Notes Acid-Base Equilibria
o An acid is a substance that, when dissolved in water, increases the concentration of hydrogen ions.
o A base is a substance that, when dissolved in water, increases the concentration of hydroxi
Chapter 21 Nuclear Chemistry
Energy: Chemical vs. Nuclear
Chemical energy is associated with making and breaking chemical bonds.
Nuclear energy is enormous in comparison.
Nuclear energy is due to changes in the nucleus of atoms changing them into differen
Chapter 17 Notes
Effect of Acetate on the Acetic Acid Equilibrium
Acetic acid is a weak acid:
CH3COOH(aq) H+(aq) + CH3COO(aq)
Sodium acetate is a strong electrolyte:
NaCH3COO(aq) Na+(aq) + CH3COO(aq)
The presence of acetate from sodium acetate in an
Chapter 14 Notes Chemical Kinetics
In chemical kinetics we study the rate (or speed) at which a chemical process occurs.
Besides information about the speed at which reactions occur, kinetics also sheds light on the reaction mechanism, a
Chapter 20 - Electrochemistry
Electrochemistry is the study of the relationships between electricity and chemical reactions. It includes the study of
both spontaneous and nonspontaneous processes.
Synopsis of Assigning O
Chapter 19 Notes Chemical Thermodynamics
Laws of Thermodynamics
First Law of Thermodynamics
o You will recall from Chapter 5 that energy cannot be created or destroyed.
o Therefore, the total energy of the universe is a constant.
o Energy can, however, be
Biceps Brachii short head
1. Which of these muscles does NOT insert at the greater tubercle of the humerus?
c. teres minor
d. latissimus dorsi
e. all of the above insert at the great tubercle of the humerus
2. Which of the following is not a chara
Nerves practice test
1. The sympathetic nervous system _ the heart
2. The parasympathetic nervous system _ the heart.
3. Functions of the Nervous System include:
4. Afferent nerves are called _ nerves. They bring _ _ to the
_ from _/
A dermatome represents the area of skin that
provides cutaneous innervation by fibers of a
specific nerve. Most of the skin on the body is
innervated by spinal nerves, but the face receives
cutaneous innervation from a cranial nerve (know
Lab 2 White Blood Cells and Immunity
White Blood Cell Counts, Blood Typing, Whole Blood and Plasma Transfusions.
1. Understand and describe the differences between innate and adaptive immunity.
2. Be able to identify the differences in leukocyt
Blood Typing Tips
Considering both the ABO and Rh blood groups, there are 8 different blood types and 64 possible combinations. While
someone could memorize them all, it may be easier to consider the following advice.
Biology 109, Student Organization LEAP
A.) I attended the kick-off meeting for the pre-professional club. I found out about them
at the C2F2 event on campus, and when they came into biology 109. The preprofessional club meets once a month, h
A.) I attended tutoring in the Wintrode Student Success Center with Brandon Frink on
September 6, and September 22. I went to Biology 151 tutoring with Shayla Hartz on
September 1, and the speech center and gave my informative
Common Read LEAP
A.) September 6,2016. The Common Read Kickoff. In the Volstorff Ballroom in the Union.
The Common Read Council.
B.) Why did Kevin refuse help, what are the causes of depression and what is the best way to
Testing for Biomolecules: Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, and DNA
The biomolecules carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and DNA make up most organic
compounds found in living matter. These molecules have very distinct structu
BIOL 153 Chapter 37: Transport in Plants
37.1 Transport Mechanisms
Water moves through cell-wall spaces between protoplasts of cells
through plasmodesmata through plasma membranes and through
interconnected conducting elements
Roots to xylem
BIOL 153 Chapter 43: The Nervous System
43.1 Nervous System Organization
The central nervous system is the command center
o The nervous system consists of neurons and supporting cells
o Sensory (afferent) neurons: a neuron that transmits nerve impulses
BIOL 151 Chapter 12: Patterns of Inheritance
12.1 The Mystery of Heredity
Early plant biologists produced hybrids and saw puzzling results
o Hybridizations: the mating of unlike parents
o Josef Klreuter cross fertilized different strains of tobacco and
BIOL 151 Chapter 5: Membranes
5.1 The Structure of Membranes
The fluid mosaic model shows proteins embedded in a fluid lipid bilayer
o Phospholipids: forms lipid layer that forms foundation of cells
membranes in bilayer
o Include primary and glycerol pho
BIOL 153 Chapter 36: Plant Form
36.1 Organization of the Plant Body: An Overview
Presence of organs reflects increasing specialization, particularly in
relation to demands of a terrestrial existence
Vascular plants have roots and shoots
o Roots and shoo
BIOL 151 Chapter 55: Ecology of Individuals and Populations
55.1 The Environmental Challenges
Nature of physical environment in large measure determines which
organisms live in particular climate or region
Key elements of environment:
o Temperature: ada
Bio 151 Notes 9-25-15
Plasma Membrane: Flexible, made of lipids cholesterol and carbs. Proteins transport nutrients and
waste in and out of the cell through the membrane. Membranes made of phospholipids with a polar
head (hydrophilic and bond with phospha
Chapter 20 Bio Notes
Yellow is definitions
Green is important terms
Blue is Equations
1. Differences in alleles of genes found within individuals In a population
2. Raw material for natural selection
Evolution: How things change