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Newtons 1st Law
objects will not accelerate unless an external force acts upon it
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Newtons 2nd Law
accelration is produced whena force acts on a mass F = ma
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Newtons 3rd Law
for every action there is an eqaul and opposite reaction
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WHy doesn't a boat witha fan move?
-both forces, air on fan and air on sail are equal -no resultant force (newtons 1st law) -no acceleration (newtons 2nd law)
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Why are the fast samples the most innacurate
they are proportionally more affected by reaction times
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Fat + Protein
lipoprotein (+LDL and -HDL)
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LDL
-bind to cell receptors -block receptors -increase cholesterol deposit on artery walls -from sat fat
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HDL
-higher % of protein -take cholesterol to liver to be broken down -removes fatty plaques -from unsat fat
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Lipids and Solubility
they are not soluble in water but they are soluble in organic solvents (ethanol)
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Antihypersensitives Example
ace inhibitor
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Antihypersensitives Uses
reduces vaso constriction
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Antihypersensitives Risks
low blood pressure
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Anticoagulants Example
asprin
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Anticoagulants Uses
reduces platelet stickiness
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Anticoagulants Risks
bleeding
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kx
F
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Work is not a vector/scalar
vector quantity
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Force is a vector/scalar
scalar quantity
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Order of points on stress strain graph
limit of proportionality, elastic limit, yeild point, tensile strength
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A stopwatch isn't reliable because
-human error -different people -different reaction times
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When only one light gate is used
-measure the length of the trolley -meausre time taken to pass
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Young Modulus of a Wire Experiment (apparatus)
-arrangement to secure wire -arrangment to hold different forces
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Young Modulus of a Wire Experiment (how to measure)
-micrometer for diameter -length with ruler -force by adding known weights -extension with ruler
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Young Modulus of a Wire Experiment (how to calculate)
-plot stress strain graph -determine gradient of graph
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Young Modulus of a Wire Experiment (precautions)
-measure the diameter in multiple places -it will vary
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Elastic Limit
the wire begins behaving plastically
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Transcription
DEUTNECM -DNA -unzip -expose -template -nucleotides -complimentary -enzymes -mRNA
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Translation
RCATAP -mRNA -ribosome -codon -anticodon -tRNA -amino acids -poly peptide
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Nitrates and Solubility
all are soluble
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Chlorides and Solubility
all are soluble except for AgCl and PbCl
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Sulfates and Solubility
all are soluble except BaSo4, PbSo4 and SrSo4
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Carbonates and Solubility
all are insoluble except the group 1 carbonates
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Sodium Potassium and Ammonium Salts and Solubility
all are soluble
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1- Ions
Cl OH HCO3 NO3
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2- Ions
O CO3 SO4
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