Section 6.1 Classification of Amines
1. Amines are organic compounds derived from ammonia (NH3) by replacing one or more of
ammonias hydrogen atoms with alkyl or aromatic groups.
Amines are organic compounds that are derived from what inorganic compound?
SECTION 8.1 Classification of Lipids
1. Lipids are biological molecules that are insoluble in water but soluble in nonpolar solvents.
In order for a biological molecule to be classified as a lipid, it must be soluble in a nonpolar solvent.
2. Lipids are g
SECTION 12.1 Nutritional Requirements
1. Two major types of nutrients needed by the human body are macronutrients and micronutrients.
Macronutrients are required in relatively large amounts (gram quantities daily) because they provide
energy and materials
SECTION 9.1 The Amino Acids
1. Proteins are polymers of amino acids.
The building blocks of proteins are amino acids.
2. There are 20 common amino acids found in proteins.
How many amino acids are commonly present in proteins? 20
3. The amino acids in pro
Carbohydrates are biomolecules, organic substances closely associated with living organisms.
Organic substances closely associated with living organisms are called biomolecules
The area of chemistry which deals with living organisms is called biochemistry
1. Carboxylic acid compounds all have a functional group called a carboxyl group (see text for structure).
Which structure(s) can be used to represent the carboxyl group? All of them
SECTION 5.1 The Nomenclature of Carboxylic Acids
SECTION 10.1 General Characteristics of Enzymes
1. With the exception of a few RNA molecules discussed in Chapter 21, all enzymes are globular proteins.
To what family of biomolecules does the majority of enzymes belong? Proteins
2. An enzyme is a biomole
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3. Hydroxy (-OH)
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13. A) Right B) L-enantiomer
14. A) Left B)
CHEM 1120 Chapter 3
Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers
Section 3 Section 2
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1. An alcohol has a carbon atom with an attached hydroxy group (-OH). The general formula
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English Comp 101
Synthesis Sketch 1
Professions for Women by Virginia Woolf and Delusions of Grandeur by Henry Louis
Gates Jr. are two writings that put the work force equality into new perspectives. One about
women in the work field
Synthesis Essay Introduction
For my Synthesis Essay I chose to compare and contrast essays Professions for Women written
by Virginia Woolf, and Delusions of Grandeur written by Henry Louis Gates Jr. Both essays ask
the question does equal opportunity exis
Section 12.1 The Nomenclature of Alkenes
1. Unsaturated hydrocarbons are organic compounds
that contain at least one carbon-carbon double or triple
Organic compounds that contain a carbon-carbon double
or triple bond are called Unsaturated hydrocarb
1. An alcohol has a carbon atom with an attached hydroxy group (-OH). The general formula for a
alcohol is R-OH, where R stands for any
length of carbon chain or ring.
What functional group is characteristic of alcohols? -OH or hydroxyl group.
2. When a h
SECTION 11.1 Carbon: The Element of Organic Compounds
1. All organic compounds have one characteristic in common, they contain carbon.
Name the element that all organic compounds contain. Carbon
2. Due to the fact that all organic compounds contain carbon