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BIO 1121 ZOOLOGY 09012015 1 Review rampup report 1 Things to remember analysis vs interpretation What is the trend Why is that trend Correlation does not imply causation Wording signi cant theory model representation hypothesis Group writing carity Firgues how to talk about and refer to them 0 How to write a caption 6532 2 Quiz in 2 weeks 1015 questions INCLUDE background information scienti c paper 6532 a List the following What hypothesis will you test today Brie y describe your experimental design include your control and experimental group Multiple choices 3 Lab manual A Guide to success how to conduct a lab 17 How to write 31 Proper citation and referencing 41 B reference section C Investigations Background information Planning form Lab nees 4 Assignment Finish a3 Conduct the experiment 0 Write out a plan for completing your mini lab report and post in the dropbox 0 Write a mini lab report on the results of your experiment 0 Follow the rubric posted on D2l Due 48 hours after class Questions does warm or room temperature water coo faster Availbel supplies beakers dishpans ice microwave venire temperature prbes Introduction This experiment was investigating the rate of temperature changing in two beakers that had warm water and room temperature room after putting ice It was how fast the cooling would be so warm water cooled faster than room temperature water The experiment started with equal amount of warm and room temperature water there would be moreless of the warm water to freeze so it would overtake the coldwarm water and freeze rst CHAPTER 2 the chemistry of life OUTLINE What are atoms 0 Deciphering the period table 0 Apposites attract Chemistry of relationships 0 Sharing and caring 0 Long distance 0 One sided How do elements form molecules 0 Atoms gtsmall gtlarge Atoms make up all mater 0 An element atom is basically electron neurons protons 0 Atom s mass number protons neutrons 0 Isotope same element but with different numbers of neutrons 0 Add a neutron mass goes up 0 An element 0 S atomic weight is the average mass of all isotopes of that element Electrons are always looking for mates 0 Hate being alone 0 Vacancy feeling unfulfilled hydrogen atoms 0 A chemical bond is formed when e fill their vacancy Energy shells are where E live 2 8 8 for first second and third shell The of protons determine of E The of E determine of shells Hydrogen carbon Nitrogen 7 Atoms bond With other atoms to achieve stability A FULL outer shell maX stability 0 Atoms are the most stable when their outer When Atoms share Electron as this methane molecule covalent bonds are formed Some covalent bonds called double bonds share four e between atoms Electronegativity is a measure of an atom s ability to attract electrons 0 Bottom left vs top right PT go up from left to right Greater separation on PT unequal sharing 0 Oxygen is held together 0 Polar covalent bonds 0 Polarity positive and negative ends Polarity gives rise to Hydrogen bonds 0 Slightly ENDS attract slightly negative ends 0 Water contains both C and H bonds Hydrogen bonds hold double heXi of DNA together Covalent bonds sharing and caring Hydrogen bonds What is an ion an atom that has gained or lost an electron 0 Cations 0 Anions negative 0 Table 23 Will be given on the exam UNIT 2 continues OUTLINE Water is essential for life Lovers and haters What does it mean to be acidic or basic 0 What the H What are organic Water has many unique properties water is cohesive Water can climb like a champ stick onto other surfaces adhesive Egt water s cohesive and adhesive properties allow for transpiration Example water can climb from a tree s roots to leaves Water can absorb temperature SOLID LIQUID VAPOR Water is a good solvent it can dissolve solutes salt Water dissolves hydrophilic water loving solutes Polar solutes Ions Charged or polar molecules love to swim in water it s the negative and positive molecules that interact with positive and negative of other molecules or Ions REMEMBER water does not dissolve hydrophobicwater fearing solutes Cell use fat to separate water Lastly water participates in chemical reactions Which property does not contribute to the high surface tension of water Ionic bonds What does it mean to be acidic or basic The pH scale is based on the amount of H in a solution The H concentration low pH pH change of one is 10x change in H concentration H acidic Basic solution has a low H concentration Basic have more OH ions than H ions Exam on Sep 22quot 20 days away Qurestion What are organic molecules Atoms gt Carbs Amino acids Nucleic acids lipids
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