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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Many molecules important to living organisms some are quite small----> water many important ones are very large ----> macromolecules 4 major types found in living organisms : carbohydrates lipids proteins nucleic acids

By elina
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The Periodic Table

The Periodic Table

The Periodic Table. Elements and the Periodic Table. ˚ The Periodic Table is an organized chart of all of the elements in the entire universe For example: ˚ Iron (Fe) is an element that is found on Earth. The Iron on earth is identical to the iron atoms found on meteorites. &

By richard_edik
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The Periodic Table

The Periodic Table

The Periodic Table. Chapter 6. Why is the Periodic Table important to me?. The periodic table is the most useful tool to a chemist. You get to use it on every test. It organizes lots of information about all the known elements. Pre-Periodic Table Chemistry …. …was a mess!!!

By arleen
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Chapter 12 Alcohols from Carbonyl Compounds: Oxidation-Reduction and Organometallic Compounds

Chapter 12 Alcohols from Carbonyl Compounds: Oxidation-Reduction and Organometallic Compounds

Chapter 12 Alcohols from Carbonyl Compounds: Oxidation-Reduction and Organometallic Compounds. Introduction Several functional groups contain the carbonyl group Carbonyl groups can be converted into alcohols by various reactions Structure of the Carbonyl Group

By Mia_John
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CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT WAID ACADEMY

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT WAID ACADEMY

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT WAID ACADEMY. Standard Grade Topic 3. 15. Which of the elements shown is a liquid at room temperature?. Silicon. Bromine. Oxygen. Magnesium. 20. Which of the elements shown is not naturally occurring?. Astatine. Antimony. Rubidium. Gallium. 15.

By sandra_john
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Understanding the Periodic Table: GROUPS

Understanding the Periodic Table: GROUPS

Understanding the Periodic Table: GROUPS. Look at your periodic table. Write 10 observations on your paper. What are the 3 main groups we’ve learned about so far?. Metals 1. Ductile : conduct electricity very well. 2. Malleable : hammered, bent without breaking. 3. Shiny Examples :

By JasminFlorian
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Bacterial Growth

Bacterial Growth

Bacterial Growth. Industrial Microbiology. Bacterial growth. Binary fission Generation time Phases of growth. Binary fission. Prokaryote cells grow by increasing in cell number (as opposed to increasing in size). Replication is by binary fission, the splitting of one cell into two

By Gabriel
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Pulping and Bleaching PSE 476/Chem E 471

Pulping and Bleaching PSE 476/Chem E 471

Pulping and Bleaching PSE 476/Chem E 471. Lecture #19 Oxygen Bleaching and NaOH extraction. Agenda. Process Overview Advantages/Disadvantages Reduction of Oxygen: Oxygen species Lignin Reactions Carbohydrate Reactions Effect of Process Variables NaOH extraction.

By elton
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Pulping and Bleaching PSE 476/Chem E 471

Pulping and Bleaching PSE 476/Chem E 471

Pulping and Bleaching PSE 476/Chem E 471. Lecture #20 Bleaching: Ozone and H 2 O 2. Ozone/Hydrogen Peroxide Bleaching: Agenda. Ozone Advantages/Disadvantages Lignin & Carbohydrate Reactions Effect of Process Variables Hydrogen Peroxide Advantages/Disadvantages

By dacia
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Silica Fume and Fly ash

Silica Fume and Fly ash

5 minute Flash. Silica Fume and Fly ash. Mohamed Wagih BU Manager Contractors Sika Qatar. Flash Agenda :. Definition . Specification Standards. Chemical and physical Characteristics. Advantage and Disadvantage of Fly Ash in Fresh and hardened concrete.

By nika
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Ecology

Ecology

Ecology. The scientific study of the relationships among living organisms and the interaction they have with the environment. Part 1: Organisms and Their Relationships Part 2: Flow of Energy in an Ecosystem Part 3: Cycling of Matter. Day 1. Organisms and Their Relationships.

By ranee
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4.5 Physical Properties in Giant Covalent Substances

4.5 Physical Properties in Giant Covalent Substances

4.5 Physical Properties in Giant Covalent Substances. Diamond. Structure: Giant covalent macromolecule Bonding: Each carbon atom has 4 bonding pairs of electrons and 0 lone pairs of electrons. According to VSEPR

By sterling
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Formation of glycols with Syn Addition

Formation of glycols with Syn Addition

Formation of glycols with Syn Addition. Osmium tetroxide. Syn addition. also. KMnO 4. Anti glycols. Using a peracid, RCO 3 H, to form an epoxide which is opened by aq. acid. epoxide. The protonated epoxide is analagous to the cyclic bromonium ion. Peracid: for example, perbenzoic acid.

By soo
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Atoms, Molecules and Ions

Atoms, Molecules and Ions

Atoms, Molecules and Ions. Atomic Theory of Matter. John Dalton. 1806. 1. Matter consists of indivisible atoms. All atoms of a given element have identical properties. Different elements have atoms that differ in mass. 4. Atoms are indestructible and chemical

By marcel
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Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding. Chem I: Chapters 4, 5, 9 Chem IH: 7, 8, 9. Unit Objectives. To be able to: Explain why some elements react (form bonds.) Explain the difference between an ionic & a covalent bond. Demonstrate e- reconfiguration when a simple compound is formed.

By uta
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Introduction to Photochemical Smog Chemistry

Introduction to Photochemical Smog Chemistry

Introduction to Photochemical Smog Chemistry. Basic Reactions that form O 3 Distinguish between O 3 formation in the troposphere and stratosphere How hydrocarbons and aldehydes participate in the formation of smog ozone Formation of free radicals Nitrogen loss mechanisms

By yelena
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WHERE DOES GASOLINE COME FROM?

WHERE DOES GASOLINE COME FROM?

WHERE DOES GASOLINE COME FROM?. WHY IS THERE A FLAME BURNING AT OIL REFINERIES?. Questions for ME, Mr. Asheim. Were does Gasoline Come from?. Gasoline is one of the products that can be taken out of Crude Oil, a dark homogeneous substance that is found under the ground.

By dana
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أسماء الصفدي 220074586 اسراء شحادة 220080809 زهور ناجي 220081698 أسماء ابو عبيد 20083828

أسماء الصفدي 220074586 اسراء شحادة 220080809 زهور ناجي 220081698 أسماء ابو عبيد 20083828

WOUND CLOSED MATERIALS. أسماء الصفدي 220074586 اسراء شحادة 220080809 زهور ناجي 220081698 أسماء ابو عبيد 20083828. What is suture???. Suture: as a verb is the act of sewing by bringing tissue together Suture as a noun is a material used to bring tissue together. The Ideal Suture Material.

By bern
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T he Ozone Hole

T he Ozone Hole

T he Ozone Hole. Ange Darnell. Ozone. Ozone is a relatively unstable molecule made up of three oxygen atoms. The majority of this compound exists in the stratosphere (15 miles up) and shields the Earth from harmful UV radiation from the sun. Source: University of Alaska.

By gyan
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22.4 Measures of Amine Basicity

22.4 Measures of Amine Basicity

22.4 Measures of Amine Basicity. Measures of Basicity. The basicity of amines may be measured by: 1) K b 2) p K b 3) K a of conjugate acid 4) p K a of conjugate acid. +. –. ••. ••. R 3 N. H. OH. OH. R 3 N. H. • •. • •. ••. ••. Basicity Constant (K b ) and pK b.

By yauvani
(142 views)

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