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  1. One Question Quiz • 10/2/2013

  2. Question 1 • What are valence electrons?

  3. Question 2 • What charge do electrons carry?

  4. Question 3 • What does the atomic number represent?

  5. Question 4 • How many electrons in oxygens outer orbital?

  6. Question 5 • What charge do neutrons carry?

  7. Question 6 • How many bonds does carbon make?

  8. Question 7 • How many electrons in hydrogens outer orbital?

  9. Question 8 • What are the 6 elements that are critical for biology?

  10. Question 9 • How many electrons in nitrogens outer orbital?

  11. Question 10 • What does the atomic mass represent?

  12. One Question Quiz • 10/3/13

  13. Question 1 • This is the weakest and most temporary of the interactions covered yesterday.

  14. Question 2 • What is another term (from model 2) for a non-polar molecule?

  15. Question 3 • What type of bond is represented in the picture to the right?

  16. Question 4 • Which atom is the most electronegative? • C, H, or O?

  17. 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.

  18. Question 6 • What is a cation?

  19. Question 7 • Polar or nonpolar: O - H

  20. Question 8 • What is the difference between line and Lewis structure?

  21. Question 9 • How many bonds does each form? • C • H • O • N

  22. Question 10 • This type of bond forms between a cation and anion.

  23. One Question Quiz • 10/11/13

  24. Question 1 • What is an acid?

  25. Question 2 • Both cohesion and adhesion result from waters ability to form what?

  26. Question 3 • What type of substances do not dissolve well in water? Why not?

  27. Question 4 • How many molecules in a mole of sucrose? • Sucrose is C12H22O11 • Carbon = 12, Hydrogen = 1, Oxygen = 16

  28. Question 5 • What two types of substances dissolve well in water because water is polar?

  29. Question 6 • How many grams of sucrose in a 1M sucrose solution? • Sucrose is C12H22O11 • Carbon = 12, Hydrogen = 1, Oxygen = 16

  30. Question 7 • What is the importance of solid water being less dense than liquid water?

  31. Question 8 • What is a base?

  32. Question 9 • What does it mean when we say that water has a high specific heat?

  33. Question 10 • How many grams in a mole of sucrose? • Sucrose is C12H22O11 • Carbon = 12, Hydrogen = 1, Oxygen = 16

  34. One Question Quiz • 10/18/2013

  35. Question 1 • What reaction joins monomers together and gives off H2O as a byproduct?

  36. Question 2 IDENTIFY ANY FUNCTIONAL GROUPS THAT YOU SEE

  37. Question 3 • What are two types of structural carbohydrates?

  38. Question 4 • These fats are liquid at room temperature.

  39. Question 5 • What do unsaturated/polyunsaturated fats have that saturated fats do not?

  40. Question 6 IDENTIFY ANY FUNCTIONAL GROUPS THAT YOU SEE

  41. Question 7 • Steroids belong to this class of macromolecule.

  42. Question 8 • This process occurs when water breaks the bonds holding polymers together.

  43. Question 9 • What are β glycosidic linkages? What properties do polysaccharides with β glycosidic linkages have?

  44. Question 10 • What are two types of storage carbohydrates?

  45. :( One Question Quiz • 10/23/2013

  46. Question 1 • How is secondary protein structure different from tertiary protein structure?

  47. Question 2 • The 3d shape of a protein is determined by what?

  48. Question 3 • What are the three types of side chains?

  49. Question 4 • In addition to the α carbon, these three things make up an amino acid.

  50. Question 5 • This type of bond occurs between purines and pyrimidines and holds the two strands of DNA together.