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CHAPTER 4 CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE

CHAPTER 4 CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE

CHAPTER 4 CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE Section A: The Importance of Carbon 1. Organic chemistry is the study of carbon compounds 2. Carbon atoms are the most versatile building blocks of molecules 3. Variation in carbon skeletons contributes the diversity of organic molecules

By Albert_Lan
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Water Quality

Water Quality

Water Quality. Water quality problems in developing countries. Evidence from the WHO: In 2003, an estimated 1.6 million deaths worldwide were caused by unsafe drinking water and sanitation 90% of these deaths were among children under age five

By erika
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Formation of a Copper Mirror

Formation of a Copper Mirror

Formation of a Copper Mirror. A copper mirror appears on the inside of a test tube when chemicals are mixed. Purpose. To show how to make a copper mirror using hydrazine hydrate and copper (II) acetate. Demonstration.

By oshin
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Alkanes and Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Alkanes and Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Alkanes and Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Organic Compounds Bonding in Hydrocarbons Naming Alkanes Properties of Alkanes. “ The most important hypothesis in all of biology…is that everything that animals do, atoms do. In other words, there is nothing that living things do that cannot be

By emily
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Chapter 4 – Carbon Chemistry

Chapter 4 – Carbon Chemistry

Chapter 4 – Carbon Chemistry. Section 1: Properties of Carbon. Because of its unique ability to combine in many ways with itself and other elements, carbon has a central role in the chemistry of living organisms. Carbon Atoms and Bonding

By paul2
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Urban Air Toxics

Urban Air Toxics

Urban Air Toxics. The UAT Monitoring Network. Winston Salem. Research Triangle Park. Asheville. Raleigh. Candor. Charlotte. Wilmington. Urban Sites Asheville Charlotte Winston-Salem Raleigh Research Triangle Park Wilmington. Rural Site Candor.

By Patman
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Energy flow in ecosystems

Energy flow in ecosystems

Energy flow in ecosystems. Lecture 6 Chap. 6. What is an ecosystem?. System = regularly interacting and interdependent components forming a unified whole Ecosystem = an ecological system; = a community and its physical environment treated together as a functional system. OR, MORE SIMPLY.

By Albert_Lan
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Alcohol

Alcohol

Alcohol. Ethyl alcohol or ethanol Only caffeine is used more widely Recreational, not therapeutic. Vocabulary of alcohol. < Arabic al kuhl , powder of antimony A series of organic compounds w/ OH Isopropyl alcohol, methanol, ethanol Fermentation: Sugar + water + yeast ---> ethanol +CO 2

By oshin
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Compounds and Mixtures

Compounds and Mixtures

Compounds and Mixtures. Unit 15. Compounds. compound: substance made up of two or more elements chemically combined most of the matter making up the earth is composed of compounds ex. water is a compound made up of the elements hydrogen and oxygen

By niveditha
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Chapter 2 Representative Carbon Compounds: Functional Groups, Intermolecular Forces and Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy

Chapter 2 Representative Carbon Compounds: Functional Groups, Intermolecular Forces and Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy

Chapter 2 Representative Carbon Compounds: Functional Groups, Intermolecular Forces and Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy. Carbon-carbon Covalent Bonds Carbon forms strong covalent bonds to other carbons and to other elements such as hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur

By damaris
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Chemical Exposure & Environmental Contamination

Chemical Exposure & Environmental Contamination

Chemical Exposure & Environmental Contamination. Chapter 3 How are chemicals released into the environment? What are the impacts on the environment? The list of potentially hazardous compounds is large BUT many organic compounds are not harmful Volatility (inhalation)

By hasana
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Chapter 23 The Pesticide Dilemma

Chapter 23 The Pesticide Dilemma

Chapter 23 The Pesticide Dilemma. Overview of Chapter 23. What is a Pesticide? Major Kinds of Pesticides Benefits and Problems With Pesticides Risks of Pesticides to Human Health Alternatives to Pesticides Laws Controlling Pesticides Use The Manufacture and Use of Banned Pesticides.

By gari
(261 views)

Pesticides

Pesticides

Pesticides.

By asha
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Preservation and Detection of Molecular Signatures of Life under Mars-Analogue Conditions

Preservation and Detection of Molecular Signatures of Life under Mars-Analogue Conditions

Preservation and Detection of Molecular Signatures of Life under Mars-Analogue Conditions. Nick Thomas. Life on Mars?. Biomarkers. AKA Molecular Fossils Organic molecules Organic d erivatives Remain stably intact in the environment for extended periods

By shelby
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INORGANIC Nomenclature

INORGANIC Nomenclature

INORGANIC Nomenclature. Fe 2+. Fe 2+. Fe 2+. Fe 2+. Fe 2+. Fe 2+. Fe 2+. Fe 2+. Nomenclature - Humor. BaNa 2. “ BaNaNa ”. “Ferrous Wheel”. What weapon can you make from the elements nickel, potassium and iron?. Fe = iron (Latin = ferrum). A KNiFe.

By loyal
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Cellular Chemistry

Cellular Chemistry

Cellular Chemistry. A. A chemical is a substance that is made up of elements/molecules and used in a chemical reaction. Chemicals made up of more than one type of element are called compounds. I. Where can I find chemicals in my body?. I. Where can I find chemicals in my body?.

By lynde
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CHAPTER 4 CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE

CHAPTER 4 CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE

CHAPTER 4 CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE. Section A: The Importance of Carbon. 1. Organic chemistry is the study of carbon compounds 2. Carbon atoms are the most versatile building blocks of molecules 3. Variation in carbon skeletons contributes the diversity of organic molecules.

By holt
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Aim : How can we describe the types of 	nutrition in living things? Do now : 1. What is nutrition? 2. Why do living th

Aim : How can we describe the types of nutrition in living things? Do now : 1. What is nutrition? 2. Why do living th

Aim : How can we describe the types of nutrition in living things? Do now : 1. What is nutrition? 2. Why do living things need nutrition? . Nutrition : How an organism gets food ( nutrients, organic compounds ) and makes it available to the cells. Nutrients :

By xander
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Feed Nutrients

Feed Nutrients

Feed Nutrients. Objectives: Identify major functions of basic nutrient groups and feeds that are sources for each. Nutrients. A chemical element or compound that aids in the support of life. Necessary for cells to live, grow, and function properly.

By breck
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BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY RPD 12302

BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY RPD 12302

BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY RPD 12302. Mr. Maywan Hariono. GENERAL SUBJECT OBJECTIVE LEARNING. To introduce several organic compounds commonly found in life. To comprehend the basic organic chemistry concepts related pharmacy area. SPESIFIC SUBJECT OBJECTIVE LEARNING.

By orea
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