The Chemistry of Life REVIEW. Atoms of the same element that differ in the number of neutrons they contain are known as ̶. isotopes. Strong forces bind protons and neutrons together to form the ̶. nucleus. Van der Waals forces are (stronger or weaker) than chemical bonds. Weaker.
Study the two beakers of solution. Beaker B has (more, less or the same) amount of solute and has (more, less or the same) amount of solvent than the beaker A.
the concentration of H+ ions in solution.
Acetic acid is the main component in vinegar.
Less than 7.0 because water is already neutral and it will now be a weak acid.
aa6Amino Acids are bonded together by ________ bonds.
starch or carbohydrate
Galactose is a component of milk!
glucoseCellulose is a polysaccharide found in ______ that provides strength.
Hemoglobin is the iron-containing oxygen-transport metalloprotein in the red blood cells of vertebrates. What kind of protein structure does it demonstrate?
Examples of foods containing a high proportion of __________ _________ include cream, cheese, butter, and ghee; suet, tallow, and lard.
An amino acid
Secondary and tertiary
When the level of glucose in your blood runs low, glycogen is released from your liver. It is referred to as an animal starch. This would make it a __________ in that it is made of many sugar units.
Beta pleated sheet
What kind of reaction would you classify this as?
A catalyst changes the rate at which a reaction occurs by increasing it. Therefore, does the catalyst (decrease or increase) the reaction’s activation energy?
A is the substrate
B is the enzyme