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Lecture 4

BIOL 1115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hydrophile, Hydrolysis, Sodium Hydroxide

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Department
Biology
Course Code
BIOL 1115
Professor
Kenneth Nauman
Lecture
4

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WATER
1LIQUID WATER IS COHESIVE
>constantly making 3breaking H-bonds
>adhesion -H-bond 3STICK to other polar molecules
>ex .fluid Transportation in plants
2
ABSORB 3GIVE OF LARGE AMOUNTS OF E
show small Temp . change
>9water Temp , invest more E to keep breaking H-bonds
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oceans ,lakes ,acts as neat banks keeps climates moderate
3
HIGH BOILING POINT
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break H-bonds
>evaporative cooling (sweat )
>most water on earth is liquid =good for life !!
4ICE FLOATS
>H-bonds hold molecules acertain distance apart
>t,temp Iv molecular motion tEfor breaking H-bonds
>bonds in molecule farther apart in ice vs cold liquid less dense
>cold oceans don't freeze solid surface ice insulates
@GOOD SOLVENT
>dissolves solutes To form solutions
>water is solvers = aqueous solution
>If water molecules can H-bond to molecule surround be dissolve it
POLAR MOLECULES
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chemistry of life =(aq )
>water soluble -hydrophilic (polar )
>non -soluble -hydrophobic (non -polar )
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fats excluded by polar molecules
7CHEMICAL RXNS
>ex .hydrolysis
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