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100

high affinity to water

What is Hydrophilic?

100

Hydrogen and carbon bond makes a...

What is a hydrocarbon?

100

What are the 4 types of large biological molecules?

carbohydrate, protein, lipids, nucleic acids

100

What are Macromolecules?

Very large molecules composed of repeated subunits connected w/ covalent bonds

100

Where did Lee go abroad last semester?

Korea

200

A substance that can no longer be broken down into another substance w/ chemical reaction

What is Element?

200

Smallest unit that can be identified as a specific element

What is Atom?

200

What of the 4 Biomolecules are/is not considered a true polymer? And Why?

Lipids because it does not have one repeated subunits, but two (fatty acids & glycerol)

200

What are the subatomic particles that determine the element of the atom?

Protron, Neutron, & Electron

200

What sport does Sang play?

Tennis

300

Degree in which an atom attracts electrons

What is Electron Affinity?

300

Ionic, covalent, and hydrogen bond (side question: Which one is weaker)

What are the three types of chemical bonds?

300

What are the two functions of carbohydrates?

Storage & Structure

300

What do you call two Monosaccharides that are covalently linked together?

Disaccharide

300

Who from student staff has been Michel's roommate at St. Olaf?

Sang, Cheng, & Isaiah

400

When the one atom’s end has a slightly positive charge, and the other a slightly negative at its end

What is Polar covalent bonds?

400

When a positive and negative ion (charged atom) attract each other due to their opposing sides

What is Ionic Bond?

400

What are the main six elements that make 98% of living matter?

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphrous, & Sulfar

400

What is Monosaccharides and how much carbon does it contain?

  • Monosaccharides:

    • Single sugar molecule

    • Contain 3 to 6 carbons

400

What is Cheng's favorite current Anime?

86

500

An amphipathic (act as an acid or base) molecule that contains a polar (water-loving) head and nonpolar (water-avoiding) tails?

What are/is Phospholipids?

500

A molecule that is a combination of a short chain of monosaccharides attached to a long chain of amino acids that folds together in a unique configuration; this unique shape allows for this molecule to sometimes function as a specific key for a specific lock. (I want the scientific name).

What is Proteins (glycoprotein)?

500

What are the two outcomes when atoms interact?

  • One: one of the atoms takes and gains enough electrons to fill the outer electron shell

  • Two: one of the atoms loses electrons till it’s outer shell is broken

  • Either way, one atom will become stable

500

What is Hydrolysis reaction?

Disaccharide splitting back to monosaccharides (add water to disaccharide)

500

How many times did Cindy changed her major?

once

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