Diamonds Are Forever, Why Aren't Fossil Fuels?
Diamonds Are Forever, Why Aren't Fossil Fuels? 1005
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Diamonds are forever why aren39t fossil fuels 91714 507 PM In the Context of your Body Integumentary system protection plasma membrane Urinary system filters wastes smooth endoplasmic reticulum Digestive system breaks down material lysosome Respiratory system gas exchange plasma membrane Nervous system brain director of your body nucleus Skeletal system structure cytoskeleton Muscular system movement cytoskeleton amp plasma membrane Immune system defense cytoskeleton amp lysosome Reproductive system making copies of yourself nucleus Endocrine system bodily functions amp homeostasis cytosol cytoskeleton golgi complex lysosome nucleus plasma membrane rough endoplasmic reticulum smooth endoplasmic reticulum transport vesicles Circulatory system transport defense detection amp distribution all Understanding What Matters Matter anything that takes up space and has mass Atom basic unit of matter Element 92 elements Subatomic Particles Proton Define an atom as a specific element 0 Proton electron neutron typically Neutron Define an atom s stability Electron Define an atom s reactivity Radioisotopes have unstable nuclei that decay into simpler forms releasing high energy radiation in the process 0 Neutron Proton Ii an imbalance of positivelynegatively charged ionsa charge substance typically an atom 0 Electron Proton Why Do Our Bodies Use Radioactive Isotopes ie Thyroid needs iodinewithout iodine the thyroid swells and forms a goiter How Many Elements Are You Composed Of What element really defines life 0 Carbon Atoms Don39t Stand Alone Chemical reactions 0 A reactant is a substance that undergoes a chemical change to form a new substance called a product Three interactions that are biologically important 0 Covalent bonds occur between atoms Electron sharing between atoms Bonds allow for great stability What the digestive system must break to absorb nutrients o Ionic bonds occur between ions Salts are compounds that are held together by ionic bonds that form a crystal lattice Attraction of atoms of opposite charge 0 Hydrogen bonds occur between atoms in different substances 91714 507 PM 91714 507 PM
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