Unit 1 Organic Chemistry
More than 300 000 new organic compounds are synthesized every year!
Chemistry is the study of matter and its changes.
Organic chemistry is the branch of chemistry that studies substances
Hydrocarbons are compoun
Studying for the test:
of the Equilibrium Condition:
A system at equilibrium is dynamic, with both forward and reverse reactions
occurring at the same rate. Contrary to a static system, where no reactions are
taking place, in a dynamic
Moduel 12 Notes
Unit 4: Chemical Systems and Equilibrium
Activity 1: Chemical Equilibrium
The way you write a chemical equation is very important. It allows to you to transmit
detailed information to others using symbols. These symbols are very specific a
Synthesis of Esters Lab
Wednesday, October 10th, 2014
The purpose of this experiment is to combine alcohols and carboxylic acids to make
Acetic acid (glacial), ethanol, sulphuric
absolute zeroCorresponds to 0K and -273.15oC. It is believed to be the lowest possible
acidA compound that ionizes in water to form hydrogen ions.
acid-base titrationA method in chemistry that allows quantitative analysis of a concen
1) NADH is a cofactor linked to the regulation of energy production in the body. Explain how NADH is
involved in regulating the amount and type of energy that will be produced by the body.
NADH is a cofactor responsible for transporting H+ ions and their
CNS 4 (Vision) Online module
Six Cranial Nerves Involved in vision
CN II (sensory) and controls vision directly
CN V (sensory)
CN III, IV, VI (motor) and controls the muscles of the eyes
Sensory Aspects of Vision
There are three coats to the ey
FIELD TRIP ASSIGNMENT
Field Trip Reflection
McMaster University/Conestoga College
Ageing in Place
December 2nd, 2015
FIELD TRIP ASSIGNMENT
Many elderly people choose retirement living, long-term care homes,
1. Which of the following are considered objective experiences?
d) Both a and c
2. Which of the following is the most influential determinant of health?
b. Physical environment
c. Biology and genetic developme
Key Terms & Concepts
Anatomy and Physiology 1H06, W2016
You should be able to describe and/or demonstrate an understanding of the following:
*this is not an exhaustive list
Heart: Location (Mediastinum), Base vs Apex, Major Landmark