Lab 5: Forces and Motion
1) As you probably know from other classes, we say that y is a linear function of x, if we can
describe their relationship by an equation of the form y = mx + b. We say that y is directly
LAB #3: ACCELERATION
1) How does a position graph for constant acceleration look different from one for constant
-For a constant velocity position graph you would have a graph with a slope and for a
Lab 18 Buffer Lab
Chemistry 1212 Lab
October 29th, 2014
NAME: Zach Murphy
PARTNERS: Allie Stallings & Samuel Roton
PURPOSE: The purpose of this experiment is to correctly understand the effects
of buffers in a solution regarding weak acids and their conju
1. Define criminological theory.
2. State the causes of crime according to classical and neoclassical
3. Describe the biological theories of crime causation and their policy
Part III: Creation of Standard Curve and Data Analysis
Absorbance of Varying Concentrations of BSA
R = 0.54
Test #1 Biology Study Guide
What is Biology? Summarize the characteristics that define living organisms.
Biology is the scientific study of living things, which we call organisms.
i. Characteristics- 1. Organisms are made
Exam #1 Study Guide
1. Know how to calculate pH and pOH when given the concentration of strong acid, strong
base, weak acid, weak base, or some combination thereof.
a. (This includes using the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation)
2. Be familiar with the names
Exam #2 Study Guide
All Multiple choice questions
1. Understand the interaction between ligands and proteins. They are reversible and can have
2. Understand the types of cofactors. Conenzymes, prosthetic groups, etc.
3. Understand how
Exam #3 Study Guide
Know the definition of a lipid.
What characteristics do all these compounds share?
Are they all similar in structure?
Section #1 Storage Lipids
Know the general structure of a fatty acid.
Understand the carbon
Study Guide for Exam 1
Covers: Chapters 1-3 and 4.3 in Tro.
General Study Tips
1) Read the book actively. Break out the high lighter, take notes, go back and forth.
2) Look at the example problems, then try to do it on your own. Take your time and double