Week.1.Structure and Bonding I
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Multiple choice. Circle the best answer.
Most likely to be ionic
He: (:12 1c;
Structural formula for CH3CHOHCH3
7' 1* T Y T
H—IE—H—O— H—E—e—o— H—(f—H. .
Practice Final Spring 2011
Instructors: Dr. Nasiri & Dr. Lievens
Chem Specialist: Alicia Hart
1. Provide the IUPAC name for each of the following compounds.
2. Give the structure(s) of the m
Biological Sciences 2BLaboratory Schedule
Attendance is mandatory
No Pre-Lab Due
Pre-Lab due Monday
Discovering Diversity Homework*
BIS 2B Lab 2: Homework (to be turned in at the beginning of lab 3)
1. What is the relationship between color change and pH?
2. As photosynthesis is occurring why does pH change?
3. Why should there be about the same
Prelab Bio #4 1. Three phenotypic variance a. Shoot height b. Flower color c. Leaf size/shape 2.
Heritability a. Proportion of phenotypic variance from genetic variance 3. Why is heritability
important? a. If the traits aren't heritable, they cannot be pa
11. Fischer projections provide stencils for the quick drawing of molecules with stereocenters.
12. Chirality can be introduced into an achiral compound by radical halogenation. When the transition
states are enantiomeric (rela
1183 Laboratory Manual Summer 2016
University of California, Davis
Lab F Oxidation of lsoborneol to Camphor
- Handling techniques for chromic acid/carcinogens.
- Principles of oxidation.
- Purification by sublimation and principles of s