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CHEM 2510: Organic Chemistry I

School: Ohio State University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 16

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Analyzing Molecular Structure Levels in DNA, tRNA, and mRNA
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This video explores the concept of structural levels (primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary) in biomolecules, focusing on double-stranded DNA, tRNA, and mRNA to understand the diverse ways these molecules exhibit these structural layers.

Evolutionary Implications of Cytochromes vs. Hemoglobin and Myoglobin
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In this video, we delve into the fascinating world of evolutionary adaptations in heme-containing proteins.

Conjugate Bases of Brønsted Acids: Formulas and Descriptions
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This video delves into the fundamental concept of conjugate bases in the context of the Brønsted-Lowry theory of acids and bases, explaining how when acids donate protons, they transform into their respective conjugate bases. This understanding is exemplified through the specific reactions of various compounds, illustrating how each Brønsted acid, upon proton donation, gives rise to its corresponding conjugate base.

Electronegativity & Acid Strength: Decoding Acid Formulas
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This video discusses how the electronegativity of attached groups affects the strength of acids. Comparing pairs such as Chloroacetic vs Fluoroacetic and Acetic vs Nitroacetic acids, we highlight which is the stronger acid in each pair and why.

Neon Gas Pressure Change in 0.75-L Cylinder
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In this problem, we are tasked with determining the pressure of neon gas in a 0.75-L cylinder at 30°C after compressing it from a 2.50-L sample at 0.00°C and 1.00 atm using the combined gas law equation, with step-by-step calculations leading to a final pressure value of approximately 3.699 atm.

Reaction Rate Impact: Ethanol, Tert-Butyl Bromide & Temp
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Explore the intricacies of reaction rates with varying concentrations of ethanol and tert-butyl bromide. Understand the principles of SN1 reactions and the impacts of temperature on rate acceleration. Grasp the core elements that influence and optimize chemical reactions in diverse applications.

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