List all the possible energies of decay for 230U basedon Figure 12.16.
Chemistry review reading notes (pg.66-80) Organic compounds: Found in all living things Composed for hydrocarbons (bond of Hydrogen and Carbon atoms) o Carbohydrates o Lipids o Proteins o Nucleotides Chemistry of Carbon: Carbon had 4 electrons Readily shares electrons (covalent bonding) Often carbons bond together forming carbon chain Functional groups are a group of atoms that are bonded through strong covalent bonds. Function as chemical reactants as one unit. o OH (hydroxyl) o COOH (carboxyl) Stable organic molecules often form large, complex molecules known as macromolecules. Some macromolecules are made of monomers: Single unit of molecule. o i.e. C2H 2 Monomers linked by covalent bonds are known as polymers. o i.e. C2H 2C 2 2C 2 2 o Monomers undergo dehydration synthesis (release of water molecules) to become polymers o Polymers to monomers is the reverse reaction (hydrolysis) Carbohydrates: Most Carbohydrates are consumed from grains, vegetables, fruits, and legumes. These carbs contain glucose that is used by the body in cellular respiration to make ATP (Adenosine triphosphate): *See Nucleotide section Carbohydrate= carbon, hydrogen and oxygen atoms General carbohydrate formula = (CH2O)n o n is the factor the general formula is multiplied by to get the molecular formula. Carbohydrates are called