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Test Review

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Test Review
Major Topics
Basic Chemistry
Properties of Water
pH, Acids, Bases
Macromolecules
Carbohydrates
Lipids
DNA/RNA
Proteins
Chemical Reactions
Basic Chemistry:
-subatomic particles
Proton
Electron
Neutron
-Valence electrons
-Ionic vs. Covalent Bonding
-Isotopes
-Octet rule
-Lewis dot diagram
-Elements that make up life
Properties of Water:
-Shape of H2O
-Polarity
-Cohesion vs Adhesion
-Capillary action
-Hydrogen Bonds
-Heat Capacity
-Universal Solvent
Some of the test questions will be taken directly off the individual topic quizzes that we took in class. Those are available online as well.

The overwhelming majority of questions will be testing your knowledge of the following topics and subcategories. Be comfortable with them.
pH, Acids and Bases:
-pH scale
-What pH measures
-Hydroxide, Hydronium ions
-Common characteristics of both
-Buffers. Why they're important
-Indicators
Red vs. Blue Litmus
pH paper
Macromolecules:
-Monomer
-Polymer
-Polymerization
-4 Macromolecules of life
Carbs
Lipids
DNA/RNA
Proteins
Carbohydrates:
-Composed of what elements
-Monosaccharides
-Disaccharides
-Polysaccharides
-Uses in cells
-Foods they are found in
-Common Composition/Ratio
Lipids:
-Composed of what elements
-Fatty acids/hydrocarbon chains
-Glycerol Heads
-Triglycerides
-Saturated vs. Unsaturated
-Phospholipids
-Uses in Cells
-Foods they are found in
DNA/RNA:
-Nucleotides
5 Different bases
-DNA vs. RNA
Structure
Function
-Location in cell
-Composed of what elements
-Relationship with Proteins
-Know what they do....
Proteins:
-Amino Acids
Essential vs. Nonessential
Structure
Function
-Levels of Organization
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary
Quaternary
-Foods they are found in
-Function of common proteins
Hemoglobin
Collagen
Chemical Reactions:
-Reactants
-Products
-Activation Energy
-Catalyst
-Enzyme (what group of macromolecule am I?)
-Substrate
-Active site
-Function of Enzymes in Life
Dissociation of water
pH
pH scale
acids
bases
buffers
indicators
litmus paper
pH paper

polymerization
monomer
polymer
carbohydrate
monosaccharides
disaccharide
polysaccharide
lipids
glycerol
fatty acids
saturated
unsaturated
nucleic acids
nucleotides
DNA/RNA
proteins
amino acids
primary
secondary
tertiary
Biology Review
quaternary
reactants
products
chemical reaction
activation energy
catalyst
enzyme
substrate
active site
Vocabulary Words
atom
nucleus
proton
neutron
electron
element
symbol
atomic number
mass number
isotope
radioactive isotope
compound
chemical formula
molecule
covalent bonds
ionic bonds
van der Waals forces
hydrogen bond
density
mass
volume
polar
cohesion
adhesion
capillary action
mixture
solution
suspension
solvent
solute

Fix this in you notes if you havent already.
Amino Acid Structure
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