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Lecture 1

Questions

QuestionAnswer
Explain the difference between an Atom and a Molecule? (blank)
Distinguish between a Covalent bond and a Ionic bond. (blank)
What makes water a Polar molecule? because the oxygen molecule has 8 Electrons (an octet), but only 2 pairs of them are SHARED with the Hydrogen Atoms
What are Hydrogen Bonds? (blank)
How do H-bonds enable a given solute to dissolve in water? (blank)
What is meant by Concentration of a solution? (blank)
Chemically speaking, what are Organic Molecules? (blank)
What is the literal meaning of Carbohydrate? Hydrated Carbon
To which subclass of Carbohydrate do the following Molecules belong: Fructose, Sucrose, Glycogen Disaccharides
Describe the 3 subclasses of Lipids, and how they are similar/different. Similar: TG & Phospholipid are the same except Phospholipids have a Phosphate group & 1 LESS Fatty Acid. All contain CH2. Non-Polar. Different: functions
Created by: Kristel