Where Oblivion Dwells,
In the vast gardens without aurora;
Where only be
Memory of a stone buried among nettles
On which the wind escapes his insomnia.
Where my name leave
Designating the body in the arms of the centuries,
Where desire does not exist.
Physiology Review session notes
Enzymes are proteins
Bonds for each protein structure
o Primary structure: sequence of amino acids
Held together covalent bonds
o Secondary structure: alpha helix and beta pleated sheet
Held together by hydrogen bo
Saint Louis University
Program in Physical Therapy
DPT2113 Student Development III
Matrix of Social Identity Worksheet
Aspect of Social
IPE 4200: Patient Case: Huntingtons Disease. Instructions to Students (Part A)
Rev. Fall 2016
I. Gather Relevant Information:
A. Clinical Indications: (Clinical Indications instructions are different for case 2,
Clinical information provided c
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY PROGRAM IN PHYSICAL THERAPY GENERIC ABILITIES
Student Name: _Terry Student_
Faculty Mentor: _Jill Fitzgerald_
Professional Year I (Senior)
Professional Year II
Meeting Date: _09/27/2016_
Reflect on y
1. What is your unknown and why?
a. Based on my experiment and the results, I concluded that my unknown is an
alkane. When testing the odor of the hexane I thought it smelled similar to a
sharpie, and when testing
This lab focused on identifying an unknown liquid, based on its density, boiling point, and
solubility. In the lab we were each given an unknown liquid substance. From there, we had to
test the substances solubility in
Lab 8 conclusion
Theoretical effects of nature of the reactants
There are many individual properties of substances that can affect reaction rates. These
properties include, state of matter, molecular size, bond type, and bond
1. What is your unknown and why? Primary, secondary tertiary?
a. The unknown I had was unknown number 4-092. Through multiple tests, I was able to
figure out that my unknown was 1-butanol. The first test I complet
1. Name this compound
a. Glyceryl tripalmitate
2. What are the two products of the compound from question 1 acid hydrolysis?
a. Glycerol and palmitic acid
3. What is the general formula for a saturated fatty acid?
This lab focused on using stoichiometry to figure out the mass of O 2 and KCl in the
mixture of MnO2 and KClO3. We started by creating the mixture of MnO2 and KClO3
by adding them each individually toget
Lab 4 conclusion
1. What happens in the rate-determining step?
a. The elimination by alcohol dehydration is a reaction that occurs in the
presence of an acid catalyst. For the reaction to fully be completed,
there are multiple
Lab 7 conclusion
The name of this disaccharide is maltose. The two monosaccharides that make it
up, are -D-glucose.
2. The sugars name is D-fructose. This sugar is a ketose.
3. The carbon on a sugar that is an anomeric carbon
Assignment 11 conclusion
1. What ion from the Biuret reagent is responsible for the characteristic purple
color of a positive result?
a. The copper ion is responsible for the characteristic purple color of a
Lab 8 conclusion
1. What byproduct is formed from this condensation reaction?
a. The byproduct that is formed from the condensation reaction is
2. Is this amine primary, secondary, or tertiary?
Lab 5 conclusion
1. This polymer is named Nylon 7,9
2. During the nylon synthesis, what is the purpose of adding sodium hydroxide?
a. In the synthesis of Nylon, adipoyl chloride and hexanediamine are
mixed together, ca