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The first test for Biochemistry is right around the corner! In this upload, you will find a condensed, easier formula on how to make a buffer. In addition, more concepts over titration and some proteins are also discussed. Good luck this Friday, and study hard!
Acid/Base chemistry can be a difficult subject for many, and buffer preparation can make that subject even harder. Within these notes, you can find methods and equations to make the subject easier and mechanical.
This study guide is a detailed accumulation of all the materials covered in my chemistry class so far with examples and explanations for most of it. The study guide covers units of measurements (metric
For the week of 9/7-9/11, we had a test on Friday that spanned all of my notes. Since we have yet to have a lecture, I will upload the bundle of notes containing all of my present weekly notes plus study guide.
These notes were written by me. They consist of rules with the quantum numbers n, l, m(l), and m(s). I also have explanations of the rules for electronic configurations and trends in determining atomic
Week one (Wednesday and Friday) and week 2
Week one of notes. Includes things said in class, items written on the board, corresponding power points, and all examples worked out.
Yellow highlight usually symbolizes definitions
Green highlight usually symbolizes important facts or things he said multiple times.
Blue highlight usually symbolizes lists or equations.
Having trouble understanding the thermodynamic formation of micelles? Or how to understand the titration of Amino Acids and pKa to pH interactions? This week of notes covers all of that with general chemistry concepts and algebraic examples!
This contains everything he went over in class and all examples with equations.
This bundle contains the first two weeks of notes, and the study guide for the first test. In this bundle, you will find information that covers all concepts that were planned for the first test. Excellent finals review!