Enzyme Activity 1
Lab 8: Enzymes
April 7, 2016
The purpose of this experiment is to study the effect of temperature on enzymes. As
temperature changes will the enzymatic activity also change or will it stay the same?
Professor Stan Mays
December 6, 2016
The Case of the Endangered Florida Panther
Life itself in this universe started many millions and billions of years ago with one
cell, as years progress many species have survived natural se
Jan. 17, 2017
MSJC Chemistry 101
Spring 2017 Section 2077
Homework Set #3A
The formula mass of calcium oxalate, CaC 2O4, is
A) 40.1 amu.
B) 318 amu.
C) 112.1 amu.
D) 68.1 amu.
E) 128.1 amu.
2. What is the total mass (amu) of carbon in each of the
Chem 113 Quiz 3
Problem 1 (1 pts) Name each of the following compounds
Problem 2 (1 pt) Provide a mechanism for the follow transformation.
Note: You will need to read ahead in the book. I can tell you right now,
we wont get here in lecture this week. Your
A&P 102 CLO Study Questions
Rev Fall 2013
1. Which of the following cells are included in the nonspecific immune response but not the
specific immune response?
2. T cell lymphocytes mature and become immunocompetent in which organ?
3. The T
1. Where is the medulla in relation to the Pons?
2. What are folia a part of? How about Purkinje cells?
3. Regulation of sleep and conscious attention is associated with the _
4. What part of the brain does the thalamus belong to? Is it a relay station
Imide Synthesis: N-Phenylmaleimide
Ring closure and dehydration of maleanilic acid to N-Phenylmaleimide was invested. The
structure of the two experimental compounds were separated from reaction mixture an
Triphenylmethanol and Grignard Synthesis and Analysis
The nucleophilic character of both phenyl-magnesium bromide and 1methylbutylmagnesium bromide was utilized to create triphenylmethanol from benzophen
Organoanalysis of Essential Oils: Cinnamaldehyde
The practice of steam distillation was employed to extract oil cinnamon from
Cinnamomum zeylanicum and subsequently purify the metabolite into cinnamaldeh
Diels Alder Reaction: 9,10-dihydroanthracene-9,10-,-succinic acid anhydride
The concerted [4+2] cycloaddition between a conjugated 1,3-diene and an alkene as
portrayed as in the Diels-Alder reaction was
1. Internal energy can be transferred as heat or work, but it cannot be
created or destroyed
2. A spontaneous change is a change that continues without outside
3. Spontaneous processes tend to proceed
Solubility and Simultaneous
1. An insoluble salt is in equilibrium with the
solution around it
2. Solubility equilibria of metal oxides and sulfides
involve reaction with water
3. Metal ions can be separated by selecti
Acids and Bases
1. Brnsted-Lowry acids and bases exchange protons
2. Strengths of Brnsted acids and bases follow
3. Lewis acids and bases involve coordinate covalent
4. Elements and their oxides demonstrate
Kinetics: The Study of Rates of
1. Five factors affect reaction rates
2. Rates of reaction are measured by monitoring change in
concentration over time
3. Rate laws give reaction rate as a function of reactant