In order to determine the identity of an unknown organic compound, it is necessary to
first determine the functional groups contained in it, and subsequently arrange and discern the
compounds molecular structure. Chemical tests and spectroscopy a
SimBio Virtual Labs: EvoBeaker
Malaria is one of the worlds most serious diseases, infecting upwards of 300 million people and
killing one and a half million people each year. It is most common in Africa but occurs in warm
1. A compound is probably soluble if it contains one of the
Group IA cation: Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, Cs+
Ammonium cation: NH4+
2. A compound is probably soluble if it contains one of the
Naming simple compounds
What type of compound is it?
(Contains polyatomic ion (s),
OR Contains metal and nonmetal.)
Cation, then anion.
Naming the anion:
If its monatomic, it should
end in -ide.
Polyatomic ions use the
The flatworms are members of the phylum Platyhelminthes.
This large and economically important group contains both free-living
forms, such as the common planarians, and parasitic forms, such as
tapeworms and flukes.
Metric Prefixes to Memorize
See also Table 1.2
You should be able to do calculations with all the metric prefixes
shown below. These metric conversion factors will not be given on
Example (all exact)
1 GW = 1
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How the Guppy Got Its Spots
Why Do Male Guppies Look Different in Different Streams?
With his theory of evolution by natural selection, Darwin proposed a mechanism for descent with
modification. If a population
What is Evolution?
Simply put, evolution is a change in a species
This change is in the genetic makeup
Specifically evolution is a change in the allele
frequency of a population over time
I. OBSERVE THE C. elegans LIFE CYCLE
Obtain a plate with wild-type worms.
Observe the worms under a dissecting microscope. Note any physical (morphological) differences between the worms.
Note any differences in behavior, paying particul
Know the names and formulas (including charges) of all of the following common ions:
CHEM 110 Exam 2 Practice
Write the name or the formula indicated:
copper (I) oxide
CHEM 110 Introductory
Chemistry Spring 2013
I. Course and Instructor Information
Class Meeting Time:
Lecture: MWF 9:00-9:50 a.m.
Lab (one of the following): T 8:00-10:50 a.m., W 11:00-1:50 p.m. or TH 8:00-10:50 a.m.
Room Number: Lecture: PS 1
Homework 2 - Chapters 3&4 (34 points)
Due Feb. 1, 2013
Classify the following as either a physical change or chemical change? (1 pt ea)
scrambling an egg in a bowl
cooking burgers on the barbeque
Homework 1 - Chapter 2 (44 points)
Due Jan. 28, 2013
Look at them carefully. Show your set-up where applicable.
How many significant figures are in each of the following numbers? (1pt ea)
Homework 3 - Chapter 5 (26 points)
Due Feb. 11, 2013
Fill in the missing names or formulas (1 pt ea)
cobalt (III) nitrate
sodium dihydrogen phosphate _
tin (IV) chloride
Homework 8 - Chapters 11 & 12 (62 points)
Due Apr. 5, 2013
Write the electron configuration for the following atoms or ions. (2 pts ea)
Which atom am I? (2 pts ea)
Homework 6 - Chapter 9 (39 points)
Due Mar. 11, 2013
Be sure to show your work if you want credit.
Numbers 1-4 all refer to the following equation:
C3H8 + 5 O2 -> 3 CO2 + 4 H2O
How many moles of water will be produced w
Homework 7 Chapter 10 (20 points)
Due Mar. 25, 2013
How much energy does it take to raise the temperature of 155 g of water from room
temperature, 22.0C, to 95.0C? (4 pts)
How much energy is given off by changing the
Homework 5 Chapter 8 (39 points)
Due Mar. 1, 2013
Show your work.
How many atoms are there in 225.0 g of silver? (3 pts)
If you have 2.65 x 1017 atoms of copper, how many grams of copper do you have? (3 pts)