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Lecture 2

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Biology
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Biology 1001A
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Tom Haffie

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Biology Lecture 2: Cell Biology Oil Separation From Water - The electronegativity of water cause there to be a polar and non-polar region on the water molecule - This causes the water molecules to attract one another, squeezing the oil molecules out and away Why Doesn’t Mayonnaise Separate? - Amphiphilic molecules, phospholipids, that come from the eggs - The have hydrophilic (polar end) and hydrophobic (non-polar end) regions that bond to the water on one side and oil on the other not allowing a separation Mayonnaise is related to Life Functions - The phosphol
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