Chemistry 410 Spring 2016
Chapter 10 Homework
Due on Tuesday 05/10/16 no later than 3:55 PM
1) What type of amino acid is phenylalanine?
2) The pH of the environment in which an enzyme is located c
Chapter 7 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure Created: 9:29:28 AM MST Who was the first scientist to propose that the atom had a dense nucleus which occupied only a small fraction of the volume of the atom? A. Planck B
Chapter 4 The Major Classes of Chemical Reactions Potassium chloride, KCl, sodium sulfate, Na2SO4, glucose, C6H12O6, carbon dioxide, CO2 and ammonium phosphate, (NH4)3PO4, are soluble in water. Which one produces the largest number of dissolved particl
Sample Lab Report: Molar Volume Of Hydrogen
Background: Gasses are a special phase of matter that can be described if one knows the
pressure, temperature, and volume of the system filled by the gas. We will employ various
techniques of measuring these var
CHAPTER 12: FOOD AS FUEL
A METABOLIC OVERVIEW
Food as Fuel
What will happen to the food a/er we take it into our body?
How do it convert into energy?
How much energy can we get from food?
An overview of Metabolism
CHAPTER 11: NUCLEIC ACIDS
Nucleic Acids are important molecules of living things.
They contains gene;c informa;on that responsible for the cell growth and reproduc;on.
Two types of Nucleic Acids
Chapter 10 Worksheet
Dr. Van Vo
1. Aspartame, which is commonly known as Nutrasweet, contains the following peptide:
A. What are the amino acids in aspartame?
B. Identify the N-terminal and C-terminal
C. Circle the peptide bond?
Chapter 2 Atoms, Molecules, and Ions Chapter 2.1 The Earth History of Chemistry Democritus- atomos Alchemy- cheap metals into gold Robert Boyle- behavior of gases combustion involved Georg Stahl- phlogiston
400 B.C. to 1600s 1600s 1700s 2.2
Chapter 11- Properties of Solutions 11.1 Solution Composition molaritymass percentmole fractionmolality# of moles L of solution mass of solute mass of solution moles of solute moles of solution moles of solute kg of solvent x100
* sample exercises 11.1 an
CHAPTER 7- Atomic Structure and Periodicity 7.1 Electromagnetic radiation- energy that exhibits wavelike behavior and travels at the speed of light in a vacuum. Wavelength- () distance between crests or troughs Frequency- (v_ number of wave cycles per sec
Chapter 8 Bonding: General Concepts
8.1 Types of Chemical Bonds Bond energies energy required to break a bond Ionic bonding bonding between two ions bonding forces that result from electrostatic attractions between adjacent oppositely charged atoms Ionic
Chapter 9 Covalent Bonding: Orbitals
9.1 Hybridization and Localized Electron Model sp Hybridization - atomic orbitals are different than their native form ex. CH4 if this werent the case, then there would be two different types of C-H bonds. Bond angles
Chapter 10: Liquids and Solids Chapter 10: Liquids and Solids *Liquids and solids show many similarities and are strikingly different from their gaseous state. 10.1 Intermolecular Forces Intermolecular Forces-weak interactions between molecules composed o
CHAPTER 12-Chemical Kinetics
12.1 Reaction Rates- defined as the change in concentration of a reactant or product per unit time rate = [product or reactant] T Instantaneous rate- rate at a particular point in time(slope of the tangent line of a graph wher
15.1 Solutions of Acids or Bases Containing a Common Ion
common ion effect- a shift in equilibrium position due to the addition of an ion already involved in the equilibrium reaction Example HF and NaF HF(s) ! Na+(aq) + F-(aq) HF(aq) H+ (aq) + F- (aq) " E
CHAPTER 10: PROTEINS
Amino Acids Building Blocks of Proteins
Protein is a polymer of amino acids.
the side chain
does your steak have to do with world hur)ger,
fossii fuels, rair) forest depletion, and water supplies?
More than you might imagine. Victor Parach'm
explains the surprising connection between your plate
and the planet.
any people have turned to
Ernest Rutherfords Gold
by Leon, Ethan, Connor and Miguel
also called the Geiger-Marsden experiment
carried out by Hans Geiger and Ernest Marsden in
lasted from 1909-1913
Led to the modern model of the atom which h
Final Practice Problems: Worksheet 1
1. The following compound undergoes an intramolecular rection in the
presence of an acid catalyst. Draw the product of the reaction, including any
relevant stereochemistry and write out a curly arrow mechanism
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232 Lab: Milk Lab
Milk supplies the complete nutrition to young mammals. The basic elements
of all foods are proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. These compounds are
present in milk in amounts balanced for the needs of each species. The
Multiple Choice Questions- HONORS
*Exam #1 questions already turned in.
1. Which of the following is NOT a sub layer of a typical digestive mucosa?
a) lining epithelium b) muscularis externa c) lamina propria d) muscularis
The Use of Volumetric Glassware
Familiarity with the various instruments used for making physical measurements in the
laboratory is essential to the study of experimental chemistry. In this experiment, you will
investigate the uses and limits of
1. Define stability in terms of kinetics and thermo dynamics. Give an example of
each to show your understanding of the difference between these concepts.
2. Hydrogen reacts explosively with oxygen. However a
AP CHEMISTRY REVIEW SHEET FOR TEST 4
1. An 11.2 L sample of gas is determined to contain 0.50 mol of N2. At
the same temperature and pressure, how many moles of gas would
there be in a 20.0 L sample?
Answer: 0.89 mol
2. A 2.50 L container is filled with 1