Molecule Essays and Term Papers

  • Molecules

    ________________________________ Organic Molecules Review Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. Ions are a. electrically neutral fragments of a molecule that has been split apart. b. polar molecules c. radioactive isotopes that...

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  • molecules

    A molecule is formed when two or more atoms join together chemically. A compound is a molecule that contains at least two different elements. All compounds are molecules but not all molecules are compounds. Molecular hydrogen (H2), molecular oxygen (O2) and molecular nitrogen (N2) are not compounds...

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  • Molecules

    Molecules Molecules and living organisms The elements present in the largest proportions in living organisms are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus and sulphur. The first three are the most abundant. Atoms of the element found in living organisms combine to form biologically important...

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  • Molecules

    sugar. 7. Starch is composed entirely of glucose monomers 8. Major function of fat is energy Storage 9. When fat is hydrolyzed, the fatty acid molecules are released 10. An emulsifier can help disperse a fat in water 11. Fats are non-polar 12. Proteins 13. A very long time because eggs do not contain...

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  • Molecules

    Proteins are natural polymers, and the molecules of a | | |protein are very large. The large molecules disperse in water to form a sol. As the gelotine -in-water sol cools , the | | |gelatine molecules are attracted to each other and form...

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  • Molecules

    HW Molecules of Life 1. Go to Biology Labs Online at http://www.occc.edu/biologylabs/index.htm and open Organic Molecules. Do the labs for Carbohydrates, Proteins, Fat and Food and record your results below. a. Carbohydrates i. Simple Carbohydrates – sugars, monosaccharides, and disaccharides ...

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  • Organic Molecules

    Reducing Sugars Testable Question: Are all carbohydrates reducing sugars? Hypothesis: If the carbohydrate contains available ketone or aldehyde molecules then they are reducing sugars. Variables: a. Independent: Function groups react w/ reagent b. Dependent: Color change (red, orange...

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  • Food Molecules

    Fats In biochemistry, fat is a generic term for a class of lipids. Fats are produced by organic processes in animals and plants. All fats are insoluble in water and have a density significantly below that of water (i.e. they float on water.) Fats that are liquid at room temperature are often referred...

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  • Molecules of Life

    Molecules of Life Computer Assignment A) What characteristics are typical of molecules that are gases at room temperature? Molecules that are gases at room temperature tend to be smaller in size. This causes it to have a small molecular masses and has a relatively weak intermolecular forces of attraction...

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  • The Molecules of Systems

    God in Job’s Story Cap what happened: Job – Because of Job’s greatness he began the center of a debate between Satan and God. 5 trials Job went through five great trials… so great that they were almost beyond human endurance… First, Job suffered the trial of poverty…  The wealthiest...

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  • Molecule of Water

    molecule of water A chemist's view of the world is not as narrow as one might think! Yes, we start with the atom, and then go on to the rules governing the kinds of structural units that can be made from them. We are taught early on to predict the properties of bulk matter from these geometric arrangements...

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  • Water Molecules

    water is being wasted. Hydrogen bonding holds water molecules together. At 32 degrees the kinetic energy is so low that the water freezes. When the temperature rises the kinetic energy thaws and we then have liquid water again. When the molecules absorb energy from the sunlight evaporation takes place...

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  • Biological Molecules

    AS Biology, Biological Molecules Revision Notes Distinguish between monomers and polymers: Monomers- Identical small molecules. Polymers- Chainlike molecules formed from the linking together of many similar. Distinguish between monosaccharides, disaccharides, and polysaccharides: Monosaccharides-...

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  • Molecule of the Week

    of heat/ kinetic energy, required to transcend and break the intermolecular forces of the molecule and at this point the solid and liquid phases of the substance are in equilibrium. In terms of organic molecules the melting point can be described as a range of temperatures differing between 1-2°C. The...

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  • Molecule Bonding

    Bonding The bonding of molecules is crucial to the way that things are as they are in the world. Without bonds there would be nothing but elements anywhere because the bonding of atoms is needed to form things and make elements stable. Without the bonding of different substances coming together...

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  • the hydrogen molecule

    Hydrogen Molecule The classic case of covalent bonding, the hydrogen molecule forms by the overlap of the wavefunctions of the electrons of the respective hydrogen atoms in an interaction which is characterized as an exchange interaction. The character of this bond is entirely different from the...

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  • Diffusion of Molecules

    environment of the cell are aqueous solutions. They are composed of water, which is the solvent, or dissolving agent, and numerous organic and inorganic molecules, which are the solutes, or dissolved substances. Organelle membranes and the plasma membrane are selectively permeable, allowing water to freely pass...

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  • biology molecule

    Biology Quiz : Plant Cell Diagram 1. 4   Nucleolus   Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum   Cytoplasm   Cell Membrane   2. 1   Nuclear Membrane   Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum   Ribosome   Cell Wall   3. 5   Dictyosome   Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum   Nuclear Membrane...

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  • Small Molecules

    Problem Set - Small Molecules (Campbell Chapters 2 and 3) 1. What are the SPONCH elements and what is common among these elements that make them suitable for life? State the four most frequently occurring of the SPONCH elements. Which of the SPONCH elements is found in each of the large biomolecules...

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  • Modeling Molecules

    Modeling Molecules Introduction: You can represent a molecule two-dimensionally, as a structural formula or electron dot structure. Although such models are useful in certain contexts, they do not accurately represent bond angles between atoms or shapes of molecules. In this activity, you will...

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