OC1314461

University of Miami

Elite Note Taker
27Uploads
2Likes
0Blog Articles
All Activity
Uploads (27)
Blog Articles (0)
Homework Help (0)
UMCHM 205Eve T MFall

CHM 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Physical Constant, Potassium Carbonate, Polarimetry

OC13144614 Page
1 Dec 2016
0
In this lab we were trying to separate the two enantiomers for the (r,s)-( )-1-phenylethylamine using l- (+)-tartaric acid to get the (-)-amine and fin
View Document
UMCHM 205Eve T MFall

CHM 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Freshlyground, Aluminium Oxide, Steam Distillation

OC13144613 Page
1 Dec 2016
1
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Inelastic Collision, Elastic Collision, Momentum

OC131446142 Page
29 Nov 2016
4
Friction: the force required to overcome the resistance of microscopic hills and valleys and bumping together. Kinetic friction- the friction encounter
View Document
UMBIL 255Dr.yangWinter

BIL 255 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Hbb, Gene Duplication, Horizontal Gene Transfer

OC131446132 Page
29 Nov 2016
7
Specific condon in mrna signal the ribosome where to start and stop protein synthesis: A specific signal required o initiate translation is crucial, be
View Document
UMAPY 413Dr.PaigeFall

APY 413 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Arthur Kleinman, Medical Anthropology, Traditional Medicine

OC131446132 Page
29 Nov 2016
2
Why medical anthropology: ancestors , rudolph virchow systemic illness. Interest in how the distribution of health and disease mirrors the distribution
View Document
UMBIL 250Skromne IsaacFall

[BIL 250] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (53 pages long)

OC131446153 Page
29 Nov 2016
2
Control of gene expression means transcription and translation. In this chapter we will cover the process from transcription to protein. The steps that
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Continuity Equation, Volumetric Flow Rate, Viscosity

OC13144614 Page
16 Nov 2016
6
Density ( ): the mass m per volume v; = m/v; units: kg/m3. The denser a material, the more mass it has in any given volume; the density of a substance
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Wave, Standing Wave, Decibel

OC13144618 Page
16 Nov 2016
3
Wave: a disturbance that propagates from one place to another. Waves propagate with well-defined speeds determined by the properties of the material th
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Intermediate Frequency, Damping Ratio, Arc Length

OC13144614 Page
16 Nov 2016
2
Periodic motion: a motion that repeats itself over and over. One of the key characteristics of a periodic system is the time required for the completio
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Hohmann Transfer Orbit, Roche Limit, Gravitational Lens

OC13144614 Page
16 Nov 2016
1
Gravity- the weakest fundamental force of nature; it is responsible for the motion of the sun, moon, earth and planets. Newton"s law of universal gravi
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Point Particle, Angular Momentum, Right-Hand Rule

OC13144614 Page
16 Nov 2016
1
The tendency for a force to cause a rotation increases with the distance, r, from the axis of rotation to the force. Torque: = rf; units: n*m; torque i
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Kinetic Energy, Rotational Energy, Point Particle

OC13144614 Page
16 Nov 2016
1
Axis of rotation of a wheel is its axel, as the wheel rotates each and every point on it moves i a circular path on the axis of rotation. Angular posit
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Point Particle, Inelastic Collision

OC13144614 Page
16 Nov 2016
3
9-1 linear momentum linear momentum (p): the product of the mass and the velocity of an object; p=mv; units= kg * m/s. A constant linear momentum is th
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Mechanical Energy, Gravitational Energy, Conservative Force

OC13144612 Page
16 Nov 2016
6
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Horsepower, Kinetic Energy, Dot Product

OC13144612 Page
16 Nov 2016
6
The greater the force, the greater the distance, the greater the work. Work: w= fd, when a constant force is in the direction of displacement (n*m, j)
View Document
UMPHY 101Dr.sharon ZaneFall

PHY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Net Force, Acceleration, Turning Radius

OC13144614 Page
16 Nov 2016
5
Friction: the force required to overcome the resistance of microscopic hills and valleys and bumping together. Kinetic friction- the friction encounter
View Document
UMCHM 205Eve T MFall

CHM 205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Steam Distillation, Fractional Distillation, Reversed-Phase Chromatography

OC13144613 Page
16 Nov 2016
9
Pipets: transfer volumes of liquid (1ml = 28 drops in pasteur pipet) Purify a solid and it is based on the differences in solubilities of solid in a gi
View Document
UMCHM 205Eve T MFall

CHM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter LAB REPORT 5A: Benzyl Alcohol, Aniline, Boiling Point

OC131446110 Page
16 Nov 2016
6
Part a simple distillation: after setting up the apparatus used for simple distillation (using the figure in the lab manual), we started collecting dis
View Document
UMBIL 255Dr.yangWinter

BIL 255 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Lysosome, Glycosylation, Ubiquitin Ligase

OC13144615 Page
16 Nov 2016
5
Specific condon in mrna signal the ribosome where to start and stop protein synthesis: A specific signal required o initiate translation is crucial, be
View Document
UMBIL 255Dr.yangWinter

BIL 255 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Northern Blot, Electrophoresis, Primary And Secondary Antibodies

OC131446116 Page
16 Nov 2016
4
The isolation and manipulation of genes allows for more precise genetic analysis as well as practical applications in medicine, agriculture, and indust
View Document
UMBIL 255Dr.yangWinter

BIL 255 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Ciona, Alternative Splicing, Phylogenetic Tree

OC13144619 Page
16 Nov 2016
6
The ability to compare the genomes of a wide-ranging of organisms has provided striking conformation of darwin"s explanations for the diversity of life
View Document
UMAPY 413Dr.PaigeFall

APY 413 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rudolf Virchow, Main Source, Kidney Disease

OC13144616 Page
16 Nov 2016
1
His primary objection to concept of cam was that you take the practice out of its cultural context if you put it under clinical trials because these ar
View Document
UMAPY 413Dr.PaigeFall

APY 413 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Focus Group, Homo Erectus, Nosology

OC131446112 Page
16 Nov 2016
3
View Document
UMAPY 413Dr.PaigeFall

APY 413 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Neurasthenia, Biomedicine, Practical Reason

OC131446112 Page
16 Nov 2016
3
Why medical anthropology: ancestors , rudolph virchow systemic illness. Interest in how the distribution of health and disease mirrors the distribution
View Document
UMBIL 250Skromne IsaacFall

BIL 250 Chapter 9: Control of Gene Expression

OC131446116 Page
13 Nov 2016
3
Control of gene expression means transcription and translation. In this chapter we will cover the process from transcription to protein. The steps that
View Document
UMBIL 250Skromne IsaacFall

BIL 250 Chapter 12: Chapter 12

OC131446119 Page
13 Nov 2016
2
View Document
UMBIL 250Skromne IsaacFall

BIL 250 Chapter 11: Chapter 11

OC131446116 Page
13 Nov 2016
4
Is a protein-studded, fatty film so thin that it cannot be seen directly in the light microscope. A bilayer that consists of two-ply sheet of lipid mol
View Document