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Water and the Fitness of the Environment

Water and the Fitness of the Environment

Water and the Fitness of the Environment. Introduction. Water makes life possible. All organisms are made mostly of water and live in an environment dominated by water. 70-95% of all cells are water. ¾ of the Earth is water. Water is found in 3 forms on Earth: water, ice, water vapor.

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Water + Organic Molecules

Water + Organic Molecules

Water + Organic Molecules. Water, Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, and Nucleic Acids. Water and Polarity. Water and Polarity. Hydrogen and oxygen atoms share electrons Covalent bonds Oxygen pulls more on the hydrogen’s electrons Uneven Pulling = Uneven Charges = Polarity

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Water and Biological Molecules

Water and Biological Molecules

Water and Biological Molecules. I. The Importance of Water to Life 71 % of Earth ’ s surface; 66 % of weight of human body. B. Important properties of water 1. Required/generated by many cellular reactions (breaking down food)

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Equilibria, Molecules and Water

Equilibria, Molecules and Water

Equilibria, Molecules and Water. Lecture 3 9/01/09 Chapter 2 Voet, Voet and Pratt. Summary Chapter 1 - Introduction to the Chemistry of Life. 1. What can Biochemistry say about possible Origin of Life? 2. What are the possible advantages of Compartmentation of Cells?

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Hydrates Compounds containing Water molecules

Hydrates Compounds containing Water molecules

Hydrates Compounds containing Water molecules. MgSO 4 7H 2 O Magnesium Sulfate hepta hydrate. CaSO 4 2H 2 O Calcium Sulfate di hydrate. Ba(OH) 2 8H 2 O Barium Hydroxide octa hydrate.

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Water Molecules on Carbon Surfaces

Water Molecules on Carbon Surfaces

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Water and other inorganic molecules

Water and other inorganic molecules

Water and other inorganic molecules. Chapter 2 pages 21 - 29. Water. Most important molecule in all living tissues Solvent for many organic and inorganic molecules Polar properties of water confer “self-assembly” to insoluble molecules Important for 3D structure of lipids and proteins

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Why is water Neutral ? (water molecules in equilibrium)

Why is water Neutral ? (water molecules in equilibrium)

Why is water Neutral ? (water molecules in equilibrium). Acid and Base are in equal amounts where there is NO EXCESS of either. H2O  H + + OH -. (Hydrogen (Hydroxide ion) ion). Neutralization Reaction.

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Chapter 8 Those incredible water molecules

Chapter 8 Those incredible water molecules

Chapter 8 Those incredible water molecules. Water is the most important substance on earth and in any living organism. Why?. 8.1 Water molecules form an open crystalline structure in ice. When water freezes, the water molecules arrange themselves in a six-sided crystalline structure.

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Chapter 3: Water and Biological Molecules

Chapter 3: Water and Biological Molecules

Chapter 3: Water and Biological Molecules. Human use Drink it Cook in it Bathe in it Harness it for power Use it to dispose of wastes Swim in it 71% of the Earth’s surface is water 66% of body weight in humans. 3.1 The Importance of Water. Aqueous solution 

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Modeling real molecules in virtual water.

Modeling real molecules in virtual water.

Modeling real molecules in virtual water. Alexey Onufriev The Scripps Research Institute La Jolla, CA. Acknowledgements: David Case (Scripps) Don Bashford (Scripps). Support: NIH grant GM 45607. Outline:. Key features of “virtual water” model.

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