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week 12

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week 12 CHEM-10055-003-201580

Hanna Notetaker
Bansidhar Datta (P)

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week 12 chem notes: carb. acids, amides, proteins, catalysts, etc...
Bansidhar Datta (P)
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Hanna Notetaker on Monday November 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM-10055-003-201580 at Kent State University taught by Bansidhar Datta (P) in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see MOLECULES OF LIFE in Chemistry at Kent State University.


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Date Created: 11/23/15
Chem week 12 Amines Ammonia NH3 R group Primary amine 1 R group Secondary amine 2 R groups Tertiary Amine 3 R groups Example Methyl Amine R group is CH3 Primary methyl amine most soluble Secondary di methyl amine Tertiary trimethyl amine least soluble Amines are basic meaning they accept protons H Reactions w carboxylic acids Carboxylic acids Amine Amide H20 Tertiary amines don t make amides Amino Acid Zwitter Ion An amino acid with a positive and negative charge and overall 0 charge O of R groups have no charge Amino acidl Amino Acidz peptide Bases accept proton Acids donate proton 2 amino acids dipeptide 3 amino acids tripeptide many amino acids polypeptide protein Types of proteins membrane proteins transport proteins importexport o Membrane proteins stay in one area 0 example I glucose transporter glut I NaK pump ATPase 3 Na OUt 2 K IN 0 Too much sodium too much water too much pressure hypertension high blood pressure Globular proteins 0 Globular proteins go to whole body 0 Carrier Proteins example hemoglobin Hb I 1 Hb can bind to 4 02 molecules I fe3in lungs 9 heart goes to whole body back to lungs again to repeat circulation 0 storage proteins I example myoglobin Mb protein of muscle when this is gone fatigue 0 enzyme proteins I 99 of enzymes are proteins I enzymes are catalysts catalysts lower energy of activation Ea catalysts remain unchanged in a reaction catalysts accelerate rate of chemical reaction I example urea we make this toxic 0 without catalysts rate is SLOWER o with a catalyst rate is FASTER I example urase w urase rate 3x104 sec wo urase rate 3x103910 sec I catalytic power rate of catalyzed reaction rate of uncatalyzed reaction I fast reactions are vital to keep cells alive


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