Biochemistry

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Can you name the definitions of the chemistry terms?

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The neutral pH level
When a persons pH level is below 7.0
What type of molecule demonstrates hydrogen bonding?
Solution has same solute concentration relative to the cell
side effect of acidosis
Covalently bonded molecules do not share electrons equallyH20
The stronger the acid, the lower the______.
A large amount of heat is required to convert water from a liquid to a gas.
The stronger the acid....the larger the_____.
When a molecule does not dissolve in water easily. i.e water fearing
The stronger the acid.....
Intracellular Fluid Compartment (ICF)
What does not completely dissociate in water
Solution has lower solute concentration relative to cell, cell will swell
Atoms that have lost or gained electrons
Pressure required to stop the net flow of water across the membrane
Diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane from a region of higher concentration to lower concentration
What is the purpose of a buffer?
The stronger the acid....
Covalently bonded molecules that share electrons equallyH2
when a persons pH level is above 7.8
definitions Example
When a molecule is easily dissolved in water. i.e; water loving
The capacity/ability of a solvent to reduce attractive forces between ions
a pH level of 13 is
a negatively charged ion, more electrons than protons
The sharing of electrons between atoms
What donates a proton
When a molecule contains both polar and nonpolar groupsmicelle, phospholipid
Ionic interactions in biological molecules
When water absorbs and releases large amounts of heat slowly before temperature changes. Ex: in order to evaporate it takes a lot of energy so it has a _________.
the acidity and alkalinity is based on the _____
What accepts a proton
Side effect of alkalosis
What equation describes the dissociation characteristics of weak acids and bases and the effect oh pH?
Solution that has a higher solute concentration relative to the cell, cell will crenate
a positively charged ion, more protons than electrons
A weak bond formed between hydrogen atoms
As the hydrogen ion concentration increases....
What represents the effects of osmotic solutions on cells?
what rapidly and completely dissociates in aqueous solutions?
What is the normal pH level in humans?
Extracellular Fluid Compartment (ECF)

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