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Date Created: 09/09/15
The Origin and Early Evolution of Life Lecture Outline 1 1 Overview of course A grading B course materials 2 Evolution of Life A Chemical i ii iii vi Evolution Theory What are the 4 steps of theory The major chemical elements of life C H O and N Physical structure of elements atomic number mass number electrons shells and valence Formation and properties of covalent bonds What is concept of electron negativity How does an ion bond differ from a covalent bond Chemical reactions 1 De ne Endothermic vs exothermic reactions Forms of energy potential vs kinetic energy lSt Law of Thermodynamics Potential energy delta H and entropy delta S 2quotd Law of Thermodynamics Gibbs freeenergy Transition state of a chemical reaction and energy of activation Catalysts lower energy of activation Enzymes as catalysts in biological systems Lock and Key Model Oxidationreduction reactions will be discussed as part of metabolism lecture ImportanceRole of water Functional groups in organic molecules Table 23 You should be able to identify an amino hydroxyl carbonyl carboxyl phosphate and sulfhydryl group on a molecule and its functional properties 90899 9 9 10
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