FROM DNA TO PROTEIN: HOW CELLS READ THE
2009 Garland Science Publishing
From DNA to RNA
RNA in cells differs from DNA in that _.
it contains the base uracil, which pairs with cytosine
it is single-stranded and cannot form bas
Lab 4: Compound Separation
Separating compounds is a critical part of any chemical undertaking. On the analytical scale,
chromatographic methods, such as TLC and GC, are used. On the gram scale, one relies instead on
actual physical procedure
Chem 213 Fall 2014 Quiz on Assignment 7 KEY
For CH3CH2CH2NO2 in question 1, what is the value of /J for AB at 60 MHz? a)
For CH3CH2OCH=CBr2 in question 1, what is the value of /J for BC at 60 MHz? e)
Chem 213 Fall 2014
Combined Quiz on Assignments 9 and 10 KEY
Bubble Sheet Part 1 on Assignment 9
1. For Question 1, how many double bond equivalents are there in the compound? (b)
2. For Question 1, which structure matches al
Chem 213 Fall 2014 Quiz on Assignment 8 KEY
1. For Question 1, which structure matches all the data given? (d)
2. For Question 2, which structure matches all the data given? (c)
Big Idea #1
Properties of Matter
+Ratio of Masses in a Pure
All elements and
molecules are made up
Substances with the
same atomic makeup will
have same average
The ratio of
CHEM1A LAB ORIENTATION
Laboratory Safety Orientation
updated Aug 2015
Who is who?
Unit convenor: Assoc. Prof. Ashraf Ghanem
Contact point for all CHEM1B general enquiries
Help you undertake the
The chemistry laboratory is a relatively safe place in which to work, but this is not merely a
coincidence; it is the result of continual awareness and alertness by the people who work in it.
There are regulations that must be adhered to, but these
In which of the following structures is carbon in
the lowest oxidation state?
Which of the following is a reagent that
reduces carbon by addition of hydride?
B) Na in NH3
Carbon-carbon double bonds
A) are weaker than carbon-carbon single
B) shorter than carbon-carbon single bonds.
C) larger than carbon-carbon single bonds.
D) undergo free rotation at room
An organic compound has th
Which compound below CANNOT undergo elimination?
B) (CH3) 3CCH2Br
E) Both a and b
In the structure shown which is a position?
E) II, III, & IV
Lab 3: Distillation and GC
In this experiment, a fractional distillation of a binary mixture of liquids will be performed, with the
efficiency of separation gauged graphically and by analysis using gas chromatography.
The compounds to be
It has been said that there is no such thing as sustainable competitive advantage.
Do you agree? Why or Why not?
Competitive advantage is the advantage over competitors gained by offering consumers greater
value, either by means of lower prices or by prov
Doctrine of Double Effect
The doctrine (or principle) of double effect is often invoked to explain the
permissibility of an action that causes a serious harm, such as the death of a human
being, as a side effect of promoting some good end. It is claimed
High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC; formerly referred to as high-pressure
liquid chromatography), is a technique in analytic chemistry used to separate the
components in a mixture, to identify each component, and to quantify each component.
Aristotle's Ethics: The Theory of Happiness
The main point is that, for Aristotle, a happy life is a good life. In other words,
happiness is good. But other things are good, too - such things as health and wealth,
knowledge and friendship, and a good mo
Station 1 ISOTOPIC MASSES
Uranium has an atomic mass equal to 238.0289. It consists of two isotopes: uranium-235 with
an isotopic mass of 235.044 amu and uranium-238 with an isotopic mass of 238.051. Calculate
the % abundance of the uranium-235 isotope.
Which of the following is the smallest stable
E) None of these
Select the correct IUPAC name for the alkyne
A) Isopropyl methyl alkyne
Which of the alcohols is 3?
Which structure corresponds to IUPAC name,
E) None of these
Which name is the correct IUPAC name for the
The Chemistry of Carbon
Dr Ashraf Ghanem
Also called Olefins or Olefines
C=C double bonds are found in a variety of compounds
including pheromones and many other classes of
Data Analysis in Science
How to print Notes Pages from Powerpoint
I include notes at the bottom of my slides for both my and your benefit. If you click on File
and then select Print and then go to the bottom left hand part of the window, select Notes
All staff and students are required to read the document named Assessment
Responsibilities on the following link to ensure accurate understanding of the various
perspectives surrounding assessment at UC. It can alleviate many misunderstandin
When a beam of plane-polarized light passes through an optically active substance,
molecules of the substance interact with the light so as to rotate its plane of polarization. The
angle by which
March 26th 2016
Reactions Sn1 & Sn2
Overall a nucleophilic substitution can be represented as follows:
There are two fundamental events in a nucleophilic substitution reaction:
1. formation of the new bond to the nuc
April 12th 2016
Addition Of Bromine To
In this experiment t trans-cinnamic acid was reacted with bromine to form 2,3-dibromo-3phenyl propionic acid. Prediction of the stereo chemical outcome of the product should be
April 3rd 2016
(Dehydration of Alcohols)
The dehydration reaction of alcohols to generate alkene proceeds by heating the alcohols
in the presence of a strong acid, such as sulfuric or phosphoric acid, at high temper
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PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
2009 Garland Science Publishing
The Shape and Structure of Proteins
Match the basic protein functions in the left column with a specific example of
that type of protein in the column on the right.
_ gene regul