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Chemistry

Intro,Review, Basic Principles

QuestionAnswer
Atomic Mass (weight) Total number of protons and neutrons found within an atom.
Acidic Soklution Solutes release H+
Alkaline Solution Release OH+ ions
Henderson-Hasselbach Equation expression of the dissociation characteristic of weak acids and base and the effect on ph.
Photometry Color and color variation to determine the concentration of a substance.
Visible light to the eye 380-750 nm
Spectrophotmeter Light absorbance by solutions at wavelengths of light. Used to determine concentrations solutes in solutions.
Beers Law absorbance of a colored solution is directly proportional to its concentration
Calibrated to deliver TD
Chemical purity most commonly used int the clinical lab Analytic grade
A substance dissolved in a liquid is solute
Glassware is calibrated 20 degrees C
The valance electrons are electrons found on the outter most orbital
The greater number of hydrogens ions in a solution the lower the ph
The ph of a solution is based on the concentration of H+ ions
Pathways for Glycoysis Embeden-Meyhof Pathway. Hexose Monophospate Shunt.
Insulin Hormone. reduces plasma glucose.
Glucagon increases glucose levels in blood
Glucose henokinase
Microalbumin Early signs of protein in urine. elevated glucose levels cause the develpment of diabetic renal nephropathy
Glycogen is converted back to glucose-6-phosphate for entry into the glycolytic pathway glycolysis
Insulin and glucagon are produced by islets of Langerhans
Hormone that facilitates the entry of glucose in the cell insulin
Hypoglycemia, the body responds by releasing glucagon and epinephrine
inhibits continued glycolysis sodium fluoride
actual product measure in hexokinase method for glucose is NADP produced by the reduction of NADP
microalbuminuria is recommended for monitoring diabetics for renal disease
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