C118 Laboratory - Genetically Modified Foods Biotechnology Explorer GMO Foods (BioRad Kit #166-2500EDU) Introduction: Overview: The goal of the lab is to determine if a food sample contains GMOs. In the first week, you will extract genomic DNA from food s
Chapter 10 Manipulating Molecules and Designing Drugs
Monday, 28 September 2009 Readings Chapter 10.3 10.4
Homework: Questions 15-22, 37-40
Functional groups play a role in _, an important consideration for uptake, rate of reaction and residence time of d
A NSW E R S T O END-OF-CHAPTER QUESTIONS
CHAPTER 9: THE WORLD OF PLASTICS AND POLYMERS Emphasizing Essentials 1. Give two examples each of natural and of synthetic polymers. Answer: Examples of natural polymers: Cotton, silk, natural rubber, cellulose, wo
C118: TWO OXIDATION STATES OF VANADIUM 25 POINTS LAB PARTNER:
Data: (4 pts. for thorough observations) Be sure to record your observations for each of the reactions that you have set up after three minutes. Indicate if a reaction has taken place. Ho
C118: October 28, 2009 Ch 6: Neutralizing the Threat of Acid Rain
Today: Sections 6.1-6.5 (but in more depth than the book) Define Acids and Bases Write acid-base reactions Understand pH scale Understand how to calculate pH of strong acid and b
Determination of Iron in Total Cereal worksheet report
What do you consider when making choices for healthy food? Are you a label reader?
Nutrition Information for Total Cereal Serving size: ! cup or 30 g
Calories: 100 Total fat: 0.5 g Sat
What materials are used to make plastic?
Can we address the recycling of plastics and the harmful environmental effects of combusting plastics?
Is there any hope for bio-degradable plastics?
Why do we make plastic if it is so bad for the Earth
Preparation of a Fuel Cell
Objectives To construct an operational fuel cell To determine the effect of fuel concentration on the output of the fuel cell
This procedure was developed by Ken Lux and Johan Tabora and adapted at IU for C118. Introduction Fuel
Preparation of a Silicone Polymer (Bouncing Putty) & Polystyrene
Objectives To synthesize and investigate the product of a inorganic polymer reaction To synthesize and investigate the product of an organic polymer reaction
Introduction Polymers are macrom
If the average molecular weight of one polyethylene chain is about 30,000 g/mol How many monomer units were used in its preparation? Hint !what is the molecular weight of ethylene? MW (C) = 12 g/mol H H CC A. About 200 H H B. About 1,000 C. About 2,000 D.
Two Oxidation States of Vanadium Report is worksheet format-25 pts. is worksheet format pts
What is the oxidation state of vanadium in VO2+?
Goal: To determine the standard potential (E) for the reaction VO2+ (a
Two Oxidation States of Vanadium
Two Oxidation States of Vanadium
Objective To determine the standard reduction potential for the reaction, VO2+ (aq) + 2 H+ (aq) + e- VO2+ (aq) + H2O (l)
Introduction Reactions that involve a transfer of electrons are call
Chemistry C1118 Fall 2009
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pH and Buffer Capacity of Natural Waters Week 1: Titrant Standardization Full Report
Objective To standardize (determine the exact concentration of) a hydrochloric acid solution.
Introduction The overall goal of the experiment is t
C118 Laboratory pH and Buffer Capacity of Natural Waters Full Report
Overview: Week 1: Standardize a solution of HCl to be used in week 2 Week 2: a) Measure pH of rain water and various environmental samples samples b) Determine the buffer capac
C118 Exam 3 Study Guide Chapter 12: Genetics and the Chemistry of Heredity (Professor Flood) 1. When was the structure of DNA discovered and when was the first human genome mapped? 2. How is genetic information organized in humans 3. What ink is genetic i
C118 Exam 1 Study Guide Tuesday Sept 2 7:159:15pm Rawles Hall 100 Early Exam: Morrison Hall 007 (5:15-7:15pm) Material Covered: Chapters 8 and 9 Chapter 8: Electrical Energy 1. Understand the difference between a galvanic and electrolytic cell in terms of
Chapter 8: Energy from Electron Transfer
Wednesday Sept 9, 2009 Read: Sections 8.6, 8.8 and 8.9 in depth Cover sections 8.7 and 8.10 End of Chapter Problems: 13, 15, 18, 21, 33, 42, 46 Overview: I. Basics (Continued) II. Dene reduction and oxidation h
C h a p t e r 8 : E n e r g y f r o m E le c t r o n T r a n s f e r
Friday September 4, 2009 Read: Sections 8.28.5 from today Sections 8.68.8 for Monday End of Chapter Problems: 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 31 Overview: I. Basics (Continued) II. Dene reduct
C118 Discussion Worksheet #9 Ch. 6 Neutralizing the Threat of Acid Rain Ch. 6 End of Chapter Problems: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13 End of Chapter Problems will not be graded but are highly recommended. 1. Calculate the pH of the following solutions
C118 Laboratory Preparation of Polystyrene and a Silicone Polymer (Silly Putty) Workshe et Report 25 Points
Name_ Lab Partner _ AI_
1. (5 pts.) a) Give a general definition of a polymer.
b) Draw the chemical structure for silly putty and polystyrene.
C118DiscussionWorksheet Polymers,2009 Name_
1. Thisequationrepresentsthepolymerizationofvinylchloride.Atthemolecularlevelasthe reaction takes place, how does the bonding around both carbons change? Are there any geometrychanges?
Chapter 12 Genetic Engineering and the Chemistry of Heredity
Friday, 16 October 2009 Readings Chapter 12.5 12.6
Example: Sickle cell anemia A disease that is recognized by the _ change in the cells that leads to problems with oxygen transport and transpor
Chapter 11 Nutrition: Food for Thought
Monday, 5 October 2009 Readings Chapter 11.1,11.3 and 11.2
Homework: Questions 17-23, 42
A disaccharide, or, double sugar is formed from two monosaccharides. In a molecule of sucrose, i.e., table sugar, an !-glucose