CHEM 120 Week 8 Final Exam
Question: Know what is the atomic number, atomic mass, protons, neutrons and electrons
Question:Describe the shapes of molecules H2S, CBr4, and PCl3
Question:Calculating types of bonding (ionic, covalent, nonpolar covalent)
Question:Non – polar covalent bonds and polar covalent bonds and electron sharing
Question:Know the structure and makeup of DNA and RNA, know what DNA replication, transcription and translation are and ribosomes role in protein synthesis.
Question:Know what a protein is, its makeup and what is primary, tertiary (globular), and quaternary structure. Also the types of bonds that holds the structure together.
Question:Understand enzymes structure and understand function
Question:Know anabolism and catabolism
Question:Know natural polymers such as cellulose, starch and glycogen, proteins, DNA, ect.
Question:Know examples of monosaccharides and disaccharides and polysaccharides
Question:What are polysaccharides and examples such as cellulose, starch and glycogen
Question:Understand lipids and fats
Question:Carbon containing molecules and their naming including all functional groups, identify, naming and condensed structural formulas, IUPAC naming. Also know what a carbonyl group is.
Question:Radioactivity and its effect on atomic structure, calculating atomic changes in alpha, beta, positron emission, electron capture and gamma radiation.
Question:Know how to convert degrees C to degrees K and always use that in gas laws. Also degree F to degree C.
Question:Memorize Boyle’s Law, Charles Law and the ideal gas law. Remember the constant R in the ideal gas law.
Question:Molar volume of a gas at STP and how to use that information
Question:Be able to determine products of neutralization reactions for example HCl + NaOH > ? (NaCl +H2O)
Question:Memorize metric measurements ( for example there is 100cm in 1 meter, there is 100g in a kg)
Question:Given a molecular formula be able to identify cations, anions, their charges, molecule names
Question:Memorize the range of EN for nonpolar covalent bonds, polar covalent and ionic bonds
Question:Essintial and non essential amino acids.
Question:Biological condensation reactions
CHEM 120 Week # 8 Final Exam Study Guide
Lipid family include
Saturated fatty acid
Monounsaturated fatty acid
Polyunsaturated fatty acid
Primary Structure of a protein
Secondary Structure of a protein
*Globular Structure of a protein