220:231 STATISTICAL METHODS
Professor Peter D. Loeb
Hill Hall 813, (973) 353-5529
Required Text: MODERN ELEMENTARY STATISTICS, 12th ed., 2007, John E. Freund and
Benjamin M. Perles, Pearson/Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0-13
Project 2 Part 1
1.) For each of the following organisms, describe in a sentence or two what kind of
organism it is and how it is related to Lyme disease.
a. Borrelia burgdorferi this is a bacteria that is responsible for Lyme disease
itself. The bacteria
Covalent Bonds and Molecular
The Covalent Bond
Covalent bond formed by the sharing of
electrons between two nonmetal atoms
Forces involved in the bond
Electrostatic attraction between proton and
Electrostatic repulsion bet
Enas Abuhadba 1
English Comp 102
May 2, 2015
Loss of Innocence
Children are always looked at as human beings who dont really need to be held
responsible for most of their actions because they contain an innocence th
Answers to Case Study, Chapter 25, Respiratory Care Modalities
What home care considerations need to be made before the patient is discharged
and what considerations need to be made once the patient arrives home?
The oxygen supplier should ma
Chem 1, Ch 8 Worksheet
Name : _
1. "Each electron in an atom must have its own unique set of quantum numbers" is a statement of
A. the aufbau principle. B. the Pauli exclusion principle. C. Hund's rule.
D. the periodic law. E. Heisenberg's principle.
Chapter 4 (end)
Definition protein classification
Grouping of similar proteins based on
their structure, function, or size
Globular vs filamentous vs helical
Cataytic vs structural
Small vs large vs very large
Name: _ Date: _
1. What is the molarity of a solution that is 26.0% by mass phosphoric acid (H 3 PO 4 ) and
that has a density of 1.155 g/mL?
2.30 10-3 M
2. What is the molality of a solution prepared by dissolv
Alberts Bray Hopkin Johnson Lewis Raff Roberts Walter
Energy, Catalysis, and Biosynthesis
Copyright Garland Science 2014
THE USE OF ENERGY BY CELLS
FREE ENERGY AND CATALYSIS
World of the Cell
The Chemistry of the Cell
1) What branch of chemistry deals specifically with living systems?
A) organic chemistry
B) inorganic chemistry
D) biological chemistry
E) both choices C and D
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