Introduction
Go through the first page of syllabus & homework instructions.
1. What is Process Simulation ? This course is NOT about MATLAB, which means I wont teach it but you will use it.
(1) Another title for this course could be Numerical Methods for
Part II: Roots of Equations (I)
1. Introduction
Roots (or zeros) of an equation values of x that make f(x)0.
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n th -order polynomial f n ( x) ai x i with constant (real or complex) a's.
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Two types of problems for locating roots:
(1) Find a real root o
Solvent-Free Synthesis of Chalcones
Daniel R. Palleros
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California Santa Cruz, Santa
Cruz, CA 95064; [email protected]
SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL
1) Experimental Procedure
2) Results
3) Comments
Chapter 2 Worksheet
1.
What is the pH of a 2.45 x10-3 M carbonic acid (H2CO3) solution?
2. What is the pH of a 3.77 x 10-3 M calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2) solution?
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If the pH of a 1M NaOH solution is 11.3.
a. What is the [H+] concentration for that solut
Chapter 9 & 10 Review
Chapter 9:
1. Indicate which of the following are purines and which are pyrimidines:
a. Cytosine: pyrimidines
b. Thymine: pyrimidines
c. Uracil: pyrimidines
d. Adenine: purines
e. Guanine: purines
2. List four differences between RNA
Chapter 11 Transcription
1. What is the role of in prokaryotic transcription?
Sigma is the portion of RNA polymerase that recognizes the correct promoter region on DNA
2. Where is the promoter located and what is its role in transcription?
The promoter is
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Chapter 12 worksheet
What nucleotides can inosine bind to?
A, C, U
At what position can wobble occur?
Third position on mRNA and technically the first position on tRNA. But it is easier to think of
mRNA and tRNA coming toget
Chapter 15 & 16 Worksheet
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Draw the fisher projection of D-Galactose and D-Fructose.
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Using your fisher projection of galactose, draw both and Haworth projections of D- galactose .
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Draw gentiobiose (D-glucose 16 D-glucose) and identify the reducing
Chapter 12 worksheet
1. What nucleotides can inosine bind to?
2. At what position can wobble occur?
3. What amino acids can wobble?
4. How much energy is necessary to activate one tRNA?
5. What enzyme catalyzes the activation of tRNA?
6. List and explain
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Chapter 2 Worksheet
What is the pH of a 2.45 x10 M carbonic acid (H2CO3) solution?
H2CO3 2H+ + CO322(2.45 x 10-3) = 0.0049
pH = -log (.0049)
pH = 2.31
What is the pH of a 3.77 x 10-3 M magnesium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2) solution?
Ca(OH)2 Ca2+ +
Chapter 5 Worksheet
1. For the following procedures indicate how they separate proteins (or amino acids):
a. Electrophoresis: separates proteins by size; smaller proteins migrate the furtherest
b. Size Exclusion Chromatography: separates by size; larger o
Chapter 6 Worksheet
1. You should understand the Michael's Menton equation:
What does Km tell us about the enzyme: Km is a constant; it is a measurement of how much substrate is needed
to reach 1/2 the maximum velocity for the reaction; So it gives an ind