Chemistry

Describe the underlying molecular etiology of each of these diseases, focusing on protein conformation.

Review Chapter 5 in Harper`s Illustrated Biochemistry (SEE ATTACHMENTS) and complete the following questions. 1. Analyze each of the four orders of protein structure in detail, providing examples. (600 words) 2. Disturbances to the normal conformation of proteins may be pathologically manifested in conditions such as prion disease, Alzheimer`s diseases and Beta-Thalassemias. Describe the underlying …

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Post an example of a reaction and describe what type it is and why.

The web resource Types of Chemical Reactions (link in prompt attachment) from last week’s module gave a graphical descriiption of the different types of reactions explored to this point. Think about the compound that you chose for Milestone One. Which of the five different types of reactions is your compound involved in? Include information about …

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Apa style with references and figures

Discuss importance of substrate channeling and metabolon formation in the TCA. a) What is a metabolon? b) What is meant by substrate channeling? c) What is the advantage of substrate channeling through metabolon? d) How is this topic relevant for the TCA? APA style with references and figures

Results and discussion (2 or more paragraphs)

Abstract (1 paragraph) Intro (1-3 paragraphs) Results and Discussion (2 or more paragraphs) Conclusion (1 paragraph) Experimental section (1 or more paragraphs): write the steps in paragraph form References Use “we” and the present tense when writing. When using pictures, graphs or figures explain what is happening in the paragraph before them.

A certain anesthetic contains 64.9 percent carbon, 13.5 percent hydrogen, and 21.6 percent oxygen by mass.

Written Assignment 6: Gases Answer all assigned questions and problems, and show all work. A gas occupying a volume of 725 mL at a pressure of 0.970 atm is allowed to expand at constant temperature until its pressure reaches 0.541 atm. What is its final volume? (5 points) The volume of a gas is 5.80 …

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• melting and boiling points

Select an element from the periodic table (any element with the exception of Uranium). Prepare ONE page for your assigned element containing the following information: • Stable Isotopes • Melting and boiling points • Atomic radius • Electronegativity • Density • Reactivity • Physical state at 298 K • Classification (metal, nonmetal, metalloid) • Reactivity …

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1. The formula weight of magnesium hydroxide is __________ amu. Include the chem

1. The formula weight of magnesium hydroxide is __________ amu. Include the chemical formula along with showing all work 2. How many milliliters of a 7.6 M NaOH solution are needed to prepare 0.915 L solution of NaOH with a concentration of 0.150 M? Show your work, and include units throughout the solution. 3. What …

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Before attempting the homework assignment, you are encouraged to view the Unit

Before attempting the homework assignment, you are encouraged to view the Unit I Handout for additional help. The knowledge checks in the handout are designed to provide practice on math-heavy portions of your quizzes and homework assignments. . Which of the items below would be considered the densest? (Show your step-by-step work for calculating density …

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While much of the chemistry you will be learning about in this class has not cha

While much of the chemistry you will be learning about in this class has not changed during the last 20 or more years (with the exception of some added elements), there is new chemical research and news happening all around you. What innovations in chemistry interest you the most? How has or will this innovation …

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