atomic mass isotope
Cation anion ionic bond covalent bond
octet rule hydrogen bond buffer acid
1. State the number of natural
elements, trace elements, and primary elements found in the human.
2. Describe the charge, location, and relative masses of the principal subunits to an atom.
3. Diagram the electron configuration, ionic capacity, bonding tendency, atomic mass, and atomic number from the proton and neutron number.
4. Compare polar and nonpolar covalent bonds.
5. Identify the strong and weak acids and bases from a carbonic acid/bicarbonate equation.
6. Discuss the trade off of free radicals and dietary antioxidants.
7. Compare and contrast a solution, suspension, and colloid.
8. Recognize and list the important functional groups, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids, and adenosine molecules.
9. Describe the naming of selected hydrocarbons.
10. Explain the optical properties of carbohydrates.
11. Distinguish between an aldehyde and ketone sugar and an alpha and beta link.
12. Describe the relationship between hydrogen chain length and saturation state as it relates to the physical and dietary properties of lipids.
13. Outline the structure of proteins.
14. Discuss the importance of ATP and ADP bonds in the formation of energy in a cell.
15. State the bonding patterns of DNA and RNA as it relates to maintaining the genetic blueprint and undergoing replication.
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