One Question Quiz. 10/2/2013. Question 1. What are valence electrons?. Question 2. What charge do electrons carry?. Question 3. What does the atomic number represent?. Question 4. How many electrons in oxygens outer orbital?. Question 5. What charge do neutrons carry?. Question 6.
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One Question Quiz • 10/2/2013
Question 1 • What are valence electrons?
Question 2 • What charge do electrons carry?
Question 3 • What does the atomic number represent?
Question 4 • How many electrons in oxygens outer orbital?
Question 5 • What charge do neutrons carry?
Question 6 • How many bonds does carbon make?
Question 7 • How many electrons in hydrogens outer orbital?
Question 8 • What are the 6 elements that are critical for biology?
Question 9 • How many electrons in nitrogens outer orbital?
Question 10 • What does the atomic mass represent?
One Question Quiz • 10/3/13
Question 1 • This is the weakest and most temporary of the interactions covered yesterday.
Question 2 • What is another term (from model 2) for a non-polar molecule?
Question 3 • What type of bond is represented in the picture to the right?
Question 4 • Which atom is the most electronegative? • C, H, or O?
Question 5 • ________ bonds form between the oxygen atom and each hydrogen atom in a single water molecule. _________ bonds form between the slight negative charge on oxygen in one water molecule and the slight positive charge on a different hydrogen atom.
Question 6 • What is a cation?
Question 7 • Polar or nonpolar: O - H
Question 8 • What is the difference between line and Lewis structure?
Question 9 • How many bonds does each form? • C • H • O • N
Question 10 • This type of bond forms between a cation and anion.
One Question Quiz • 10/11/13
Question 1 • What is an acid?
Question 2 • Both cohesion and adhesion result from waters ability to form what?
Question 3 • What type of substances do not dissolve well in water? Why not?
Question 4 • How many molecules in a mole of sucrose? • Sucrose is C12H22O11 • Carbon = 12, Hydrogen = 1, Oxygen = 16
Question 5 • What two types of substances dissolve well in water because water is polar?
Question 6 • How many grams of sucrose in a 1M sucrose solution? • Sucrose is C12H22O11 • Carbon = 12, Hydrogen = 1, Oxygen = 16
Question 7 • What is the importance of solid water being less dense than liquid water?
Question 8 • What is a base?
Question 9 • What does it mean when we say that water has a high specific heat?
Question 10 • How many grams in a mole of sucrose? • Sucrose is C12H22O11 • Carbon = 12, Hydrogen = 1, Oxygen = 16
One Question Quiz • 10/18/2013
Question 1 • What reaction joins monomers together and gives off H2O as a byproduct?
Question 2 IDENTIFY ANY FUNCTIONAL GROUPS THAT YOU SEE
Question 3 • What are two types of structural carbohydrates?
Question 4 • These fats are liquid at room temperature.
Question 5 • What do unsaturated/polyunsaturated fats have that saturated fats do not?
Question 6 IDENTIFY ANY FUNCTIONAL GROUPS THAT YOU SEE
Question 7 • Steroids belong to this class of macromolecule.
Question 8 • This process occurs when water breaks the bonds holding polymers together.
Question 9 • What are β glycosidic linkages? What properties do polysaccharides with β glycosidic linkages have?
Question 10 • What are two types of storage carbohydrates?
:( One Question Quiz • 10/23/2013
Question 1 • How is secondary protein structure different from tertiary protein structure?
Question 2 • The 3d shape of a protein is determined by what?
Question 3 • What are the three types of side chains?
Question 4 • In addition to the α carbon, these three things make up an amino acid.
Question 5 • This type of bond occurs between purines and pyrimidines and holds the two strands of DNA together.