What is the difference between an amino acid and a protein?
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Monday, February 13th M₁ x V₁ = M₂ x V₂ Don’t forget that water must be added in order to make the solution the same volume. 1. Multiply the known molarity by known volume to get the number of moles because the liters part cancels out. 2. Identify the mol to mol ratio between elements to get conversion factors, also known as stoichiometric factors. 3. Multiply that by how many of the unknown moles there are using the given-desired- given method. 4. The number found should be divided by the known volume to get the correct amount of Liters. Chemical Reactions: 1. Color change (not just lighter or darker) 2. Precipitation - two liquids poured together to make a salt (X (aq) + B(aq) -> XB (s)); may be used to remove salts from water during water treatments 3. Evolu
Textbook: Modern Chemistry: Student Edition 2012
Author: Jerry L. Sarquis, Mickey Sarquis
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