1. As the term "peroxide" is used in Chapter 10, it can refer to which structure(s)?
D) Two of these choices.
E) Three of these choices.
2. Which of the following gas-phase reactions i
1. How many signals would you expect to find in the 1H NMR spectrum of
2. Which one of the following best represents the predicted approximate chemical shift
and coupling for
EMB (Eosin Methylene Blue)
Selective and Differential
Lactose fermenters= green or purple
E. coli is a lactose fermenter
Selective and differential
Lactose fermenters are pink
1. Identify the following reaction: Lactose + H2O-> Glucose + Galactose.
a. Dehydration Synthesis reaction
b. Hydrolysis reaction
c. Exchange reaction
d. Anabolic reaction
e. Ionic reaction
2. Which statement concerning nucleic acids is FALSE?
Human Physiology Lab Week 1
Exercise 1- The Metric System
1) What do the following prefixes mean in relation to the standard unit?
a. kilob. centic. decid. millie. micro2) Rank in order from largest to smallest:
1 teragram, 1 femtogram, 1 gram, 1 decigram
Basic Measurements, Data, and the
English System vs. Metric System
Measurement systems are based on sometimes
bizarre real world quantities
The English system uses equivalences of no real
The metric system bas
Chapter 17 Problems; Work and Electric Potential
1. How much work does an external force do in moving a 5mg ball with a charge of
2mC at a location with an electric potential (elevation) of 72V and gravitational
elevation of 10m (above the Earth) from res
Chapter 17 Problems; Conservation of Energy; WorkEnergy Principle
1. An alpha particle (which has two protons) is sent directly toward a target nucleus
containing 92 protons. The alpha particle has an initial kinetic energy of 0.48 pJ.
What is the least c
Chapter 17 Problems; Electric Field (E); Electric Potential (V), and
1. The electric field strength is 20,000 N/C inside a parallelplate capacitor with 1.0 mm
spacing. An electron is released from rest at the negative plate. What is the
Chapter 17 Problem; Conservation of Energy & Electric Potential (V)
1. The diagram below shows a negatively charged ball, of mass 0.10 kg and charge
20.0 mC, which is falling 1.0 m through a set of equipotential lines near the surface
of the Earth. The ba
Notes: Chapter 19; Kirchoffs Rules
Junction (a.k.a. Node) Rule (An application of Conservation of Charge.)
At any junction (or node), the sum of all currents entering a junction must equal
the sum of all currents leaving a junction. In other words, curre
Review of Newtons Laws
The diagram above shows two positively charged objects that are identical in every way except that
object A has twice the charge of object B. The objects are placed in the locations shown and then
released. Assume that the
Each of the diagrams below shows the locations of two or more charged objects and several labeled
points. Assume the distance between any two grid lines is d. In each case,
A Write an expression for the electric potential at each of the
Kirchoff s and Ohms Laws I
Each of the circuits below consists of a battery and several resistors. Several of the voltages, currents
and resistances are indicated. Use both of Kirchoff s Laws and Ohms Law to determine as many of the
other voltages, curren
Magnetic Fields I
Each of the diagrams below shows the location of three wires and several labeled points in space.
Qualitatively determine the direction of the net magnetic field at each of the labeled locations. Assume
that all currents have the same ma