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Water is Essential to Life

.... These are all as important as we need in our daily lives. In a liquid form of water it has no such spaces because hydrogen bonds constantly breaks and reforms. ....

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Properties of Water

.... This is because water molecules can form hydrogen bonds with up to four neighbors and therefore allowing more structural organization. ....

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water

.... However, on the surface of water, the molecules cannot create hydrogen bonds with air molecules, so are obliged to create a stronger pull towards the inner ....

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The importance of water as ab

.... Water is an unusual yet important molecule, mostly due to its hydrogen bonds; its properties allow it to react as a solvent, a reactant, as a molecule with ....

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Biology Molecule

.... asymmetrical shape give it opposite charges on opposite sides -electrons spend more time around O giving Ha slight positive charge -hydrogen bonds form between ....

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Dna

.... Adenine is always linked to thymine by two hydrogen bonds, and guanine is always linked to cytosine by three hydrogen bonds. This is known as base pairing. ....

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Water

.... The molecules in a gas move about very rapidly and bump into one another. In the liquid state, hydrogen bonds keep water molecules together. ....

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DNA Structure

.... of the two strands is antiparallel (their 5` > 3` are opposite); they are held together by the cooperative energy of many hydrogen bonds in addition to ....

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Solvent and Solubility

.... The polarity of water allows it to form hydrogen bonds with other polar substances such as potassium bromide. Hydrogen bonds are ....

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Properties of water incomplete

.... This explains high specific heat, because hydrogen bonds need to be broken with significant energy before the molecules themselves are excited. ....

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water

.... The hydrogen bonds between water molecules results in two important properties : adhesion-an attraction between dissimilar substances and cohesion - and the ....

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The Malleability and Elasticit

.... The turns of the coil are held together in hydrogen bonds. .... Do the hydrogen bonds stretch and how far? Does thicker hair have more elasticity than thin hair? ....

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Hemoglobin

.... protein is found. Then the weak hydrogen bonds between the DNA bases break down using the necessary enzymes. Then free RNA nucleotides ....

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PROTEIN

.... sugar-phosphate "spine" (FIG. 1). The nitrogenous bases are held together with weak hydrogen bonds. One polynitrogenous chain runs ....

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Nucleotides

.... A. alternating sugar and phosphate units B. purine and pyrimidines paired up - A can only form hydrogen bonds with T - C can only for ¡§ ¡§ with G. ???³ 2 ....

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Study of the enviroment on the cell membrane

.... Because both the water and the ethanol both have hydrogen bonds this could cause the beets to remain at the bottom of the test tube. ....

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the ocean and its priperties

.... charge) of other nearby water molecules. This forms hydrogen bonds between other water molecules. These bonds are weak compared to ....

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Water Properties

.... possible. Water molecules are formed through polar interactions, water attract other hydrogen bonds between water molecules. This ....

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alternatiev fuels

.... This breaks the hydrogen bonds to convert methane to carbon monoxide and hydrogen. The substance that is produced is called syngas. ....

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Ammonia Production Social Relevance Report

.... flame. Properties: - Ammonia gas is extremely soluble in water, as it is able to form hydrogen bonds with polar water molecules. It ....

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Butane Report

.... Hydrocarbons that contain only single bonds are alkanes. Hydrogen bonds is the type of intermolecular interactions with water. Solubility ....

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Enzymes1

.... For example, a temperature change can disrupt the hydrogen bonds, ionic bonds, and other weak interactions that stabilizes the protein (enzyme); thus, the ....

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Protein Enzyme Lab

.... A pH differentiating from optimum the hydrogen bonds in the tertiary structure of the protein (enzyme) are altered, and again the enzyme can not function as ....

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biology terms

.... Ions Anions Cations Orbitals: s and p Redox Oxidation Reduction Octet rule Molecules Compounds Ionic Bonds Covalent Bonds Hydrogen Bonds Chemical Reactions ....

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Properties of Water

.... near the oceans. As water is heated, the increased movement of water causes the hydrogen bonds to bend and break. As the energy ....

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enzymes

.... Hydrogen bonds are easily disrupted by increasing temperatures. This can change the shape of the enzyme so that its affinity for its substrate diminishes. ....

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DNA Fingerprinting: The Truth

.... bases. These nitrogenous bases, known as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, are bonded together with hydrogen bonds. Adenine ....

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Race for the Double Helix

.... groups and are held together by pairs of organic bases, adenine (A) with thymine (T) and guanine (G) with cytosine (C), connected by hydrogen bonds, like a ....

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The Role of O-acetylserine Sulfhydrylase in Cysteine Biosynt

.... and C domains. The 5' phosphate group is anchored by eight hydrogen bonds securing the non-estered oxygen atoms. Six bonds come ....

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Biology Book Report

.... electronegativity. Explain the chemical basis of the weak bonds: ionic, hydrogen, Van der Waals, and hydrophobic. Ionic- because ....

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