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Biochemistry Review Game. 6 C CARBON 12.011. What does this mean?. I. Atomic number II. Number of protons III. Number of electrons a. I b. I & II c. II & III d. I, II, III. Number of Protons + Number of Neutrons. ATOMIC MASS.

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Biochemistry review game

BiochemistryReview Game


6 c carbon 12 011

6CCARBON12.011

What does this mean?

I. Atomic number

II. Number of protons

III. Number of electrons

a. I

b. I & II

c. II & III

d. I, II, III


Number of protons number of neutrons

Number of Protons+ Number of Neutrons

ATOMIC MASS


Draw the structural formula for the chemical formula c 2 h 6 o

Draw the structural formula forthe chemical formula C2H6O

H

H

C

C

O

H

H

H

H


What is the difference between an ionic and covalent bond

What is the difference betweenan ionic and covalent bond?

Ionic: electrons are transferred

Covalent: electrons are shared


Given this information

Given this information:

The number of neutrons in Ne is?

10


Their monomers are nucleotides

Their monomers arenucleotides

NUCLEIC ACIDS


When an atom is neutral the n umber protons are the number of electrons

When an atom is neutral, thenumber protons are ________the number of electrons.

a. less than

b. greater than

c. equal to

d. not enough info given


If an ion has 12 protons and 14 electrons what is the charge of the ion

If an ion has 12 protons and14 electrons, what is thecharge of the ion?

-2


Draw the structural formula for the chemical formula ch 3 cooh

Draw the structural formula forthe chemical formula CH3COOH

O

H

C

C

O

H

H

H

H


Their monomers are amino acids

Their monomers areamino acids

PROTEINS


Given this information1

Given this information:

What is the number of electrons for Ca?

20


How many chemical bonds does nitrogen form

How many chemical bondsdoes nitrogen form?

3


Draw the structural formula for the chemical formula ch 2 ch 2

Draw the structural formula forthe chemical formula CH2CH2

H

H

C

C

H

H


Define compounds

Define compounds

Two or more element chemically bonded


Given this information2

Given this information:

What is the number of protons for Ag?

47


Monosaccharides are monomers of these

Monosaccharides aremonomers of these

CARBOHYDRATES


Which does not belong

Which does not belong?

Carbon, C Chlorine, Cl Salt, NaCl Hydrogen, H


Fats are to lipids as amino acids are to

FATS are to LIPIDS as AMINO ACIDS are to _________

PROTEINS


Given this information3

Given this information:

The number of protons for the element Ne is?

10


Their monomers are glycerol and fatty acids

Their monomers are glyceroland fatty acids

LIPIDS


Define element

Define Element

Simplest chemical substance


If a solutions has a ph of 8 4 what is it considered

If a solutions has a pH of 8.4,what is it considered?

A BASE


Controls all chemical reactions in cells

Controls all chemical reactions in cells

PROTEINS


Define isotope

Define Isotope

Same atom, different numbers of neutrons


Given this information4

Given this information:

What is the overall charge of Beryllium above?

0


If acid a has a ph of 2 4 and acid b has a ph of 4 4 how much stronger is a than b

If acid A has a pH of 2.4 andacid B has a pH of 4.4, howmuch stronger is A than B?

100


Define nucleus

Define Nucleus

Dense, center of atom


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