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Cellular Metabolism

Cellular Metabolism

Cellular Metabolism. Chapter 4. Cellular Metabolism. Cellular metabolism refers to all of the chemical processes that occur inside living cells. Energy. Energy can exist in two states: Kinetic energy – energy of motion. Potential energy – stored energy.

By Mia_John
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Lecture 3 : How Matter is Organized

Lecture 3 : How Matter is Organized

Lecture 3 : How Matter is Organized. Chemistry is the science of the structure and interactions of matter. all living things consist of matter. Matter is anything that occupies space. mass is the amount of matter in any object. weight is the force of gravity acting on matter.

By kiora
(192 views)

Energy and Reactions

Energy and Reactions

Energy and Reactions. Honors Biology. Energy. Energy – ability to do work or cause a change Kinetic Energy  energy of motion Ex: Heat, moving ball Potential Energy  stored energy as a result of position or location Ex: Sitting ball ATP – adenosine tri phosphate

By milek
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Work, Energy & Power

Work, Energy & Power

Work, Energy & Power. Quick Review. We've discussed FORCES Magnitude – How hard is the “push” Direction – Which way does it act upon the object Applying a FORCE causes an object to accelerate (F=ma). m. F. F = m x a. (Units) lbs = lb-sec 2 /ft x ft/sec 2.

By cricket
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Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. Matter & Energy. Matter. Matter is defined as anything that has mass and takes up space We can describe matter using Volume (may change under different conditions) Weight (changes with gravity) Mass (not affected by temperature, pressure, or gravity). Matter.

By barto
(111 views)

EQUILIBRIUM

EQUILIBRIUM

EQUILIBRIUM. REACTION RATES + ENERGY. Chemical energy of a substance = potential + kinetic energy. Kinetic energy = doing energy (mechanical) Potential energy = stored energy. What these energies result from. Attractions between electrons and protons Repulsion between nuclei

By ramona
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AP Chapter 5

AP Chapter 5

AP Chapter 5. Thermochemistry HW: 2 5 6 9 25 37 39 41 45 51 55 61 63 71 77 100 103. 5.1 – Nature of Energy. Energy = Capacity to do work or transfer heat Work = Energy used to cause an object with mass to move against a force Heat = Energy needed to cause a temperature change

By brygid
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4.2 Energy is transferred when work is done.

4.2 Energy is transferred when work is done.

4.2 Energy is transferred when work is done. Tami Torres 2011. Some Helpful Definitions. Work ~ the use of force to move an object some distance. Joule ( jool ) ~ the standard unit of measure for work. One joule of work is done when a force of one Newton moves an object one meter.

By glenda
(101 views)

Unit 13-Thermochemistry

Unit 13-Thermochemistry

Unit 13-Thermochemistry. AHS Chemistry 2012-2013. Work. Created. Destroyed.

By davin
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Energy Models

Energy Models

Energy Models. Transferring & Transforming Energy. Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy. Quick Review Potential Energy = Stored Energy Kinetic Energy = Happening Energy (energy of motion) Energy can change from one form to another, HOWEVER … IT IS NEVER LOST.

By decima
(175 views)

Science, Matter, Energy, and Systems

Science, Matter, Energy, and Systems

Science, Matter, Energy, and Systems. Chapter 2. Core Case Study: Carrying Out a Controlled Scientific Experiment. Problem: How does deforestation affect the loss of water and soil nutrients? 1963 - F. Herbert Bormann, Gene Likens, et al.: Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in NH (U.S.)

By swain
(81 views)

Chapter 4

Chapter 4

Chapter 4. Ecosystems & Energy. Ecology. The branch of biology that deals with the interactions between organisms and the relationship between organisms and the environment. Do Now:.

By dyre
(189 views)

Ch. 7.1: Sunlight Powers Life

Ch. 7.1: Sunlight Powers Life

Ch. 7.1: Sunlight Powers Life. Vocabulary autotroph heterotroph cellular respiration plasma membrane photosynthesis producer consumer Objectives: Compare and contrast how autotrophs & heterotrophs obtain food. Explain how cellular respiration harvests the energy in food.

By virgo
(109 views)

Section One Energy

Section One Energy

Section One Energy Energy : is the capacity to do some kind of work, such as moving an object. Examples: No matter how energy is defined, it is always involved when there is a change in matter. (Kinetic Energy: energy of motion) (Potential Energy: stored energy)

By korene
(136 views)

Thermal Physics

Thermal Physics

Thermal Physics. What is the difference?. Temperature . . . Is that all? State . . . Solid, liquid or gas Movement of the molecules. What makes a hot body hot?. All matter is made up of tiny particles that are always in motion the kinetic-molecular theory.

By judith
(124 views)

Chapter 6 An Introduction To Metabolism

Chapter 6 An Introduction To Metabolism

Chapter 6 An Introduction To Metabolism. Metabolism/Bioenergetics. Metabolism : The totality of an organism’s chemical processes; managing the material and energy resources of the cell Catabolic pathways : degradative process such as cellular respiration; releases energy

By media
(299 views)

TOPIC 5: Work, Energy & Power

TOPIC 5: Work, Energy & Power

TOPIC 5: Work, Energy & Power. WORK. Definition of Work: When a force causes a displacement of an object Components of the force need to be in the direction of the displacement. Net Work done by a Constant Net Force. Work = Force (F) x Displacement (x) W = Fx W = Fx = (Fcos θ)x

By dahlia
(232 views)

Energy

Energy

Energy. Kinetic energy = energy of motion. Energy. Potential energy = stored energy 1. energy of position due to gravity. Energy. Potential energy = stored energy 2. energy stored in chemical bonds. Law of Conservation of Energy. Energy can not be created or destroyed,

By lindsay
(250 views)

Heat, Energy and Phases of Matter

Heat, Energy and Phases of Matter

Heat, Energy and Phases of Matter. Energy – ability to do work Work - force x distance Two types of energy Potential Energy – stored energy ex: stretched bow Kinetic Energy – energy in motion ex: swinging a bat. Energy. Joule - SI unit for measuring energy (J)

By watson
(186 views)

Energy

Energy

Energy. Energy is defined as the ability to do work. Work is causing a change that would not otherwise occur. Energy Forms. Kinetic energy = energy of motion Light energy = electromagnetic radiation energy that travels through space as waves Potential energy = stored energy

By deepak
(442 views)

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