Chemistry 1027b Mid Term: Monday, February 14, 2011
Which of the following statements concerning ATOMS is correct ?
A) They are divisible.
B) They are no smaller than 10!6 metres
C) They can be split into two identical parts.
D) They cannot be split in
Chapter 17 - CHEMISTRY AND Medicine
Presciption drugs - intructions for use froma physician
Trade Name - manufacturer's name
Generic Name - generally accepted chemical name
An infectious disease is one caused by microorganisms; bacteria and viruses
Carbohdrates - general formula Cx(H2O)y
Monosaccharide - simplest sugar - can't be broken down into smaller carbohydrate units
C6H12O6 - all simple sugars
Disaccharides - formed from 2 monosaccharides joined together (a water mole
Fossil fuels are currently our primary source of energy.
Formed through anaerobic(w.out oxygen) decay of plants and animals over time.
Three forms: Natural Gas, Coal and Crude Oil, or Petroleum.
Petroleum - mixutre of many hydrocarbon compounds
Digestion - breakdown of food into small enough particles to be absorbed from the digestive
Reverse formation in food- controlled by enzymes
Carbohydrates Simple Sugars
Proteins Amino Acids
Fats Glycerol and Fatty Acids
Energy - required
CHEMISTRY in the NEWS
Materials Science 1201
A course outline is an official document that provides you with information pertaining to a
Mid Term Test: Monday, February 14, 2011
Short Answer Section
Part 2 of 2
Student Number _
Answer all 10 questions in the space provided. Mark values are indicated for each question.
This section is worth a total of 40 marks. There
Mid Term Study Guide
Properties of matter; physical and chemical (what is the difference?)
$ What is an atom? A molecule? Be able to distinguish and give examples
$ Pure Substances: elements and compounds (distinguish between; know
Review Notes for Final Exam
What is global warming? What changes have been observed already? Implications ?
What are greenhouse gases?
(CO2, H2O, CH4, O3, N2O, CFCs) Sources of these gases ?
How do they all contribute to glo
What in the World Isnt
What is Chemistry?
The study of
matter and the
Matter is anything
that has mass
All matter is made
up of chemical
Chemistry: The Central
Your Attitude Toward
Organic compounds are those which contain carbon - 85% of chemcompoounds.
Why are there so many organic compounds?
1) The ability of many carbon atoms to be linked in sequence with stable carbon-carbon single,
double, and triple bonds in a sing