Chemistry homework help

Carbohydrates in Our Everyday Life

  Discussion 2: Carbohydrates in Our Everyday Life Previous Next  Research a specific carbohydrate  and its importance in biology. Discuss its structure, whether it is a monosaccharide, disaccharide, or polysaccharide. If it is a monosaccharide, discuss its various isomers, including where they are found and their approximate composition (i.e., percentages). If it is a disaccharide […]

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Date: November 17th, 2022

what is the pH of the various food you’ve consumed and how do they contribute to the acidity or alkalinity of the body-specifically discuss an organ or system in the body?

Acids and Bases Instructions Please complete the following steps for your discussion post and response. Acids and bases can be found in many places including the kitchen. Acids like lemon juice can make foods taste sour. Basic or alkaline foods such as peas or almonds may have more of a bland taste.  As we’ve learned […]

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Date: October 11th, 2022

Which of the metals reacted with the most solutions?

Virtual Lab:  Activity Series Background:   The usefulness of metals in structural and other applications depends on their physical and chemical properties. Although iron is the most common metal used in manufacturing, it must be protected against corrosion because rusts easily. Copper is used in electrical wiring because it conducts electricity extremely well and resists corrosion […]

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Date: October 6th, 2022

Research project about the scientific human impact on the Ozone layer

Research project about the scientific human impact on the Ozone layer like 4 slides in PowerPoint about it provide some pictures and chemical formula scientific research presentation using PowerPoint that addresses the human impact on ozone layer . research focusing on the Chemistry aspects of the human impact of Ozone layer Also, provide References: Your […]

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Date: May 20th, 2022

The fluoride rinse in dental offices usually contains sodium fluoride. Sodium fluoride can be prepared from the reaction between sodium metal and fluorine gas. Which properly represents the balanced chemical equation for this reaction?

Complete your required discussion prompt: The fluoride rinse in dental offices usually contains sodium fluoride. Sodium fluoride can be prepared from the reaction between sodium metal and fluorine gas. Which properly represents the balanced chemical equation for this reaction? Na(s) + F2(g) → NaF2(s) Na(s) + F(g) → NaF(s) 7Na(s) + F(g) → Na7F(s) 2Na(s) […]

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Date: April 21st, 2022

1. Which enzyme-catalyzed reactions are shared between the gluconeogenesis and glycolysis pathways?

1. Which enzyme-catalyzed reactions are shared between the gluconeogenesis and glycolysis pathways? (Note: just provide the name of the enzyme that catalyzes each of the shared reactions). 2. Why are some enzymes needed only in the gluconeogenesis pathway and not in the glycolysis pathway? 3. Which one of the following reactions only occurs during gluconeogenesis […]

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Date: April 18th, 2022

describe the concept of specific heat capacity and the effects that it has on temperature changes.

In your own words, describe the concept of specific heat capacity and the effects that it has on temperature changes. Give an example of specific heat capacity that you see in your everyday life. Why did you select this example? **************************************************************************************************************************************** 1) Cite your sources. Any outside information you use must be properly cited, not doing […]

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Date: April 9th, 2022

how technology affects children these days

This is an research argument essay. It is about how technology affects children these days. It has to be 3 pages long, double space, and MLA format. The first 3 pages I uploaded is the prompt of the essay. The other picture is an example of a different topic of an outline of the argument. […]

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Date: March 22nd, 2022

A combination of chemistry and cooking resulted in a chemical process called molecular gastronomy, spherification to encapsulate liquids.

A combination of chemistry and cooking resulted in a chemical process called molecular gastronomy, spherification to encapsulate liquids. A common chemical reaction plays an important role in molecular gastronomy. An example of this chemical reaction is the reaction to form spherical olive. To make a spherical olive, calcium chloride which dissolves in the olive juice carefully […]

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Date: February 24th, 2022