Chem exam 3 review
Chem exam 3 review CHEM-10055-003-201580
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Exam 3 Review 1 London s dispersion forces Dipoledipole interactions and Hydrogen bonds are all what Intermolecular forces 2 Which of the above is the strongest H bonds strongest Hydrogen bonds gt dipole dipolegt LDF 3 Interaction with positive and negative dipoles Dipole dipole interactions 4 Which interaction deals with electronegative atoms bonding to hydrogen Hydrogen bonds 5 How do hydrogen bonds make a liquid Multiple H bonds create a web or network molecules touch liquid 6 Which H bonds is not a liquid a NH3 b CH3OH c HZS d H20 H25 is a gas the rest are liquid 7 Why does H20 have such a high boiling point Need to break apart the many H bonds network of bonds which requires energy means high BP 8 Where can you find H bonds in the body H bonds hold DNA bases together 9 How are surgical tools sterilized through steam gas At 132 degrees Celsius 1020 ATM its hot enough to kill bacteria 10 How is hyperbaric oxygen therapy used to help treat patients suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning t forces oxygen into the body and removes carbon monoxide from blood 11 When pressure increases what happens to temperature Temp also increases 12 What is the combined gas law Plvl P2V2 T1 T2 13 What kind of molecules are in dipole dipole interactions Polar 14 Functions of the lungs a Inspiration air in pressure decreases volume increases diaphragm moves down b Expiration air out pressure increases volume decreases diaphragm moves up 15 What makes a soluble compound Polar polar soluble nonpolar nonpolar soluble 16 Non polar polar insoluble 17 Is CH3OH H20 soluble Yes 18 Which is stronger interactions with 1 carbon or 5 carbons 5 carbons stronger 19 What s an alcohol with 2 OH groups that s viscous diol 20 What s an alcohol with 3 OH groups very viscous triol 21 How are aldoses formed Glycerol is oxidized and carbon chains are added 22 Primary alcohol One alkyl group connecting to OH 23 OH and 2 alkyls make what kind of alcohol Secondary 24 Tertiary alcohols include what Saturated carbon atom and OH 25 What process is it when H is removed 02 is added Oxidation 26 What is the opposite of oxidation Reduction 27 Compounds that rotate light to the right Dextrorota ry 28 What compounds rotate light counterclockwise Levorotary 29 Alcohols oxidize to aldehydes which oxidize to what Carboxylic acid 30 What in the blood can lead to cataracts High glucose levels 31 In what type of diabetes is insulin not secreted Type 1 32 Cells don t recognize insulin in what disease Type 2 33 In phase 2 of glycolysis sugar pyruvate TCA cycle What comes out of the TCA cycle NADH FADH2 ATP 34 What is the final product in glycolysis ATP 3234 35 Name 4 inhibitors of complex 4 CO CN N3 N0 36 Polar liquid soluble and acidic are properties of what Carboxylic acids 37 What is a compound with several OH groups and a keto group Ketose 38 a compound with several OH groups and an aldehyde Aldose 39 carboxylic end and amino group makes an Amino acid 40 what is a precursor for esters aldehydes and ketones Carboxylic acids 41 how is the plasma membrane formed Lipid bi layer fatty acids 42 is a very hydrophobic compound soluble or insoluble insoluble 43 what happens to the solubility of a compound when more carbons carbon chains are added Solubility decreases 44 when do unsaturated fatty acids become bad for your health When hydrogen is added 45 what are 2 molecules called if they have the same formula but a different orientation in space Stereoisomers 46 what is a precursor for aldoses Aldehyde 47 a ketone is a precursor for what ketoses 48 what is involved in the test to measure the glucose in the blood D gluconic Acid
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