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CHEM 6740: CHEM 6740

School: Oklahoma State University

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Amino Acid Reaction: Peptide Bond Formation and Product Diversity
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Explore the reaction between alanine and glycine, two amino acids, and unravel whether this process results in multiple reaction products. We'll delve into the intriguing world of peptide bond formation and examine the potential diversity of products that may emerge from this biochemical reaction."

Differential DNA Damage Responses in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
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Explore unique strategies employed by prokaryotes and discover if they possess exclusive mechanisms for handling extreme DNA damage that elude eukaryotes."

Does Cesium Bromide & Hydrogen Iodide in Water Conduct Electricity?
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Explore the conductivity of aqueous solutions: Cesium bromide and hydrogen iodide. Understand their ionic nature and how it leads to the presence of charged ions enabling electricity conduction

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.

Tailors' Seam Measurements: Precision and Accuracy Analysis
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An in-depth analysis of the precision and accuracy in seam measurements by three apprentice tailors: X, Y, and Z, as they measure a pair of trousers. Understand how their measurements compare to the true length of 32.0 inches.

Ethylene Glycol & Freezing Point in Antifreeze
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We explore the impact of increasing the concentration of ethylene glycol in an antifreeze mixture, explaining the resulting effect on the freezing point of the solution by examining its interaction with water molecules.

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