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Chemical Behavior – Chemistry

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD
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    The lecture Chemical Behavior – Chemistry by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course Introduction to Cell Biology.


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    1. …complete their octets
    2. …create a new radioactive nucleus
    3. …increase the number of energy shells in their atomic structures
    4. …create a perfectly spherical s-subshell around the molecule
    5. …create new isotopic forms of each participating atom
    1. A proton jumps from the nucleus of an atom to the s- or p-orbital of 1st energy level by losing energy
    2. The electrons in an atom jump from a lower energy level to a higher one by absorbing energy.
    3. Electron returns from its excited state to ground state by losing energy
    4. Electron movements between the different atoms play a major role in biology
    5. The cationic form of an atom is formed due to the loss of an electron from it
    1. …gets oxidized by losing the electrons to another atom
    2. …gets reduced by losing the electrons to another atom
    3. …gets oxidized by taking up electrons from another atom
    4. …forms a covalent bond with another atom
    1. …redox reactions taking place inside a living cell
    2. …ionic exchanges taking places inside the cellular organelles
    3. …degradation of macromolecules in a dying cell
    4. …oxidation of DNA or RNA molecules only
    5. …reduction of DNA or RNA molecules only

    Author of lecture Chemical Behavior – Chemistry

     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD


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