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CHEM 3653: CHEM 3653

School: Oklahoma State University

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Comparing Structural Features of Sphingomyelins and Glycolipids
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This video explores the structural and functional differences between sphingomyelins and glycolipids, two types of lipids found in cell membranes, highlighting their commonalities in backbone and fatty acid composition and their distinctive roles in cell structure and recognition.

Converting Pressure Units to Atmospheres: mmHg, bars, Torr, kPa
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In this instructional video, we explore the conversion of various pressure units into atmospheres, covering mmHg, bars, Torr, and kPa. The process involves utilizing conversion factors to ensure accurate results for each unit. By the end, you'll have equivalent pressures in atmospheres for the given values, enhancing your understanding of pressure conversions.

Synthesis, Decomposition Reactions, and Oxidation-Reduction
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We explore synthesis and decomposition reactions, showcasing examples like the formation of water and its breakdown into simpler substances. We also clarify that while many of these reactions are redox reactions involving electron transfer, some synthesis and decomposition reactions may not necessarily be redox reactions, as seen in specific examples.

Calculate oxygen molar concentration in water at 25°C with a partial p
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This video explores molar concentration (molarity) and demonstrates the calculation of oxygen's molar concentration in water at 25°C, considering a partial pressure of 0.22 atm by employing Henry's Law and the given Henry's Law constant for oxygen, revealing that under these conditions, there are 2.86 x 10?? moles of oxygen per liter of water, highlighting the significance of understanding these concepts for managing gas dissolution in liquids across varying circumstances.

Understanding Boiling Points: Ethylene Glycol, Alcohols & Ethers Expla
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This video offers insights into the properties and boiling points of different alcohols and ethers, including antifreeze agents like ethylene glycol. We also discuss how molecular structures and interactions impact boiling points, shedding light on key differences among related compounds.

Understanding STP: Calculating Gas Volumes at 0°C and 1 ATM
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Discover the fundamental concept of Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP) and its relevance in determining the volume of different gases. Learn to calculate gas volumes at STP using real-life examples of Chlorine, Nitrogen, Helium, and Methane. Grasp essential chemistry concepts seamlessly with practical demonstrations.

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