BIOL 112 Lecture Notes - Monomer, Depolymerization, Asymmetric Carbon

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Acids & Bases cont.
There is no pH 0, it does not exist. pH can; however, approach 0.
Buffers
make solutions resistant to changes of pH since they can react w/ acids and
bases.
made of a solution of weak acid and its conjugate base.
Illustrate law of mass action and le chateliers principle.
This is an example of a titration curve that also gives you the reactivity of a
molecule at a given pH and protonation state at any given pH.
Functional Groups
Carboxyl
-COOH
Amino
-NH2
Hydroxyl
-OH
Carbonyl
-C=O
Phosphate
-PO4
Sulfhydryl
-SH
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