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  1. What type of bond holds a water molecule together?
    Polar covalent bond
  2. Why do polar covalent bonds hold a water molecule together?
    Due to an uneven distribution of electrons
  3. What type of bond holds one water molecule to another?
    Hydrogen bond
  4. What's another thing to call water?
    Universal solvent
  5. Is walking on water possible?
  6. Due to an uneven charge distribution h20 is unique because...
    Of cohesion

    • Adhesion
    • And it's a universal solvent (many things dissolve in water)
  7. What is cohesion?
    When things are attracted to each other
  8. What is adhesion?
    When things stick to other things
  9. What does adhesion have I do with water?
    Water has the ability to stick to other surfaces (in a meniscus)
  10. What does cohesion have to do with water?
    Water molecules are attracted to each other
  11. Explain how you can prevent breaking surface tension
    By distributing weight evenly
  12. What is h20 + ice tea mix = iced tea an example of?
  13. What is the solvent in the example:
    h20 + ice tea mix = iced tea
  14. What is the solute in the example :
    h20 + ice tea mix = iced tea
    Iced tea mix
  15. What is a solute?
    The thing that gets dissolved
  16. What is a solvent?
    The things that dissolves
  17. 2 or more elements/compounds mixed together but not chemically combined
    A mixture
  18. Give 3 examples of a mixture
    • Salad
    • Trail mix
    • Oil and vinegar
  19. What do all organic things contain?
  20. What does not have carbon?
    Inorganic compounds
  21. Why is carbon a unique element?
    The 4 stable single covalent bonds

    The ability to form chains

    The 2 stable double covalent bonds
  22. How do you find out if something is a carb?
    The H:O ratio is 2:1
  23. How can you tell if something is a lipid?
    It has a ratio greater than 2:1 of H:O
  24. How can you tell if something is a protein?
  25. What are the four groups of organic compounds
    • Carbohydrates
    • Lipids
    • Proteins
    • Nucleic acids
  26. What are carbohydrates made up of?
    Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
  27. What is the ratio for hydrogen and oxygen
  28. What do carbohydrates usually end in?
  29. What are the three main groups of carbohydrates?
    • Monosaccharides
    • Disaccharides
    • Polysaccharides
  30. Monosaccharides formula
    C6 H12 O6
  31. What is sugar found in milk?
  32. What does monosaccharides mean?
    One sugar
  33. It is found in fruit
  34. What do all of the monosaccharides have in common?
    Molecular formula
  35. How are the monosaccharides different?
    Their structure
  36. Same molecular formula but a different structure is...
  37. What does disaccharides mean?
    Double sugar
  38. 2 monosaccharides chemically bonded together and a H2O molecule is lost is called...
    Dehydration synthesis
  39. What is the Molecular formula for disaccharides?
    C12 H22 O11
  40. Glucose + fructose = ?
    Sucrose and water
  41. Glucose + galactose = ?
    Lactose and water
  42. Glucose + glucose =?
    Maltose and water
  43. What is sucrose?
    Table sugar
  44. What is the sugar found in dairy?
  45. Sugar used to make beer
  46. What does synthesis mean?
    To make
  47. What does dehydration mean?
    To lose H20
  48. The C-O-C bond that is formed in a dehydration synthesis reaction
    Glycosidic bond
  49. What do you have to do for a dehydration synthesis?
    You have to join it where the OH is, remove water from OH
  50. Breaking down of something by the addition of H20
  51. Many sugars made of 1000's of monosaccharides
  52. Used by plants to store excess sugar
  53. Give an example of starch
  54. Excess sugar is stored in the liver and muscle cells of animals
  55. Primary component of wood and plant cell walls. It's indigestible by humans
  56. What's an example of cellulose?
  57. What are the three Monosaccharides?
    • Fructose
    • Galactose
    • Glucose
  58. Where is glucose found?
    in sugar plants
  59. What are the three Polysaccharides?
    • Starch
    • Glycogen
    • Cellulose
  60. What are the three Dissaccharides?
    • Sucrose
    • Lactose
    • Maltose
  61. How many things can carbon bond with?
  62. How many things can Oxygen bond with?
    2 things
  63. How many things can Hydrogen bond with?
    1 thing
  64. Made of glucose monomers joined together
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