CHAPTER 6: CHEMICAL BONDING: COMPOUNDS, NAMES, AND FORMULAS
The noble (inert ) gases and their electron configuration
8 valence electrons, complete octet of outermost shell electrons
The inert or noble gases are very stable and inert chemically. This is a
IV. Transport Phenomena
Lecture 19: Transient Diusion
In this lecture we show how to use simple scaling arguments to approximate the solution to transient diusion problems, which arise in electrochemical energy systems. In each case, we will a
9.09J/7.29J - Cellular Neurobiology, Spring 2005
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Department of Biology
Instructors: Professors William Quinn and Troy Littleton
Lecture notes courtesy of Wyan-Ching Mimi Lee.
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE
Chemistry in our lives and its importance
Nutrition, health, drugs and medicines, and life processes
Energy resources, technology, materials, polymer and plastics
Environment, ecology, pollution, and cosmology
CHAPTER 3: MATTER & ENERGY
Chemistry is the study of matter, its composition and the changes it can undergo
Introduction to matter:
Any object that has mass and occupies space.
Commonly called stuffs, objects, or items.
In chemistry, mat
CHAPTER 4. ATOMS & ELEMENTS
Humans, since ancient time, had the desire to know and understand natural phenomena
observed, the compositions of matter and their properties.
Aristotle: The four elements of matter: air, water, fire and ea
CHAPTER 5: ELECTRON CONFIGURATION OF ELEMENTS
The objective of his chapter is to build the foundation for the understanding of the behavior of
elements and how they form compounds. These properties of the elements depend on the way the
electrons are arran
CHAPTER 9: CHEMICAL QUANTITIES IN REACTIONS
Mole Relationships in Chemical Reactions
To understand how chemical reactions actually take place requires that we can measure the
quantity of the substances that are involved. For instance, a manufacturer of pl
CHAPTER 10: STRUCTURE OF SOLIDS AND LIQUIDS
Covalent Molecules, Their Electron Dot Structures, Molecular Geometry and Shape
We need to know how to use the Lewis dot structure of atoms to see how elements combine to
form molecules by sharing valence electr
Chapter 13: Reaction Rates and Chemical Equilibrium
With the particulate nature of matter, for matter to interact, the particles must have an
encounter that can fulfill requirements for success in achieving a reaction. First the old bonds of the
C-O polar or Hydrophilic
All of the bonds are equal
C-H Non-polar or Hydrophoic
Oil and water
Oil is not hydrogen bonding
A lack of attraction to polar molecules in water
Hydrogen Bond compare to covalent bond
Solution Key- 7.013 EXAM 1 (2 / 25 / 13)
Question 1 (25 points)
a) There are four major classes of biological macromolecules: carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and
nucleic acids (deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA and ribonucleic acid or RNA).
i. Monomers for whi
7.28 Spring 2005
Question 1 (30 points total). You are studying the genetic control of
muscle formation during mouse development. Comparisons of heart muscle vs
skeletal muscle revealed several differences in key structural proteins. For
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