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2 Molecule Challenge Quietly discuss each question (alone or with a study group) and then record your answer. Give yourself about 30 seconds per question.

3 1 of 24) Examine the amino acids below. a) Which molecule is inside the red box? b) Yellow box? c) Blue box?

4 2 of 24) From top to bottom, list the nucleotides that will bond with those in the picture.

5 3 of 24) Top, middle, or bottom: Which fatty acid must have the most double bonds?

6 4 of 24) Examine the nucleic acid pictured. A) Which colored shape indicates the sugar molecule? B) Phosphate? C) Nitrogen base?

7 5 of 24) Examine the diagram. How many electrons does the carbon indicated by the arrow have in its outer most level?

8 6 of 24) Examine the fatty acid chain. Which carbon (if any) is incorrectly bonded?

9 7 of 24) According to this pH scale… A) Which acid has the fewest H+ ions? B) Which base has the most H+ ions?

10 8 of 24) Pretend the picture is a complete gene. A) What type of organic molecule is this? B) What will this gene be used to create?

11 9 of 24) Examine the graph below. This enzyme works best at which pH?

12 10 of 24) Two part question: A) How many protons, neutrons, and electrons does sodium contain? B) How many electrons will be in every energy level (orbits) of sodium? Na 1123 sodium

13 11 of 24) If a carbohydrate has 9 Carbon atoms, how many hydrogen and oxygen atoms will it most likely contain?

14 12 of 24) Human blood contains water, and nutrients such as proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates. Name the solute(s) and solvent(s) as described above. Solute(s) = ___________ Solvent(s) = __________

15 13 of 24) Two part question: a) Monosaccharides (such as glucose) and polysaccharides (such as sucrose) are sugar. What category of molecule are sugars? b) Which three atoms make up these molecules?

16 14 of 24) Small molecules often create larger molecules. Two part question: a) In general, what is the term for small organic molecules? b) In general, what is the term for larger organic molecules?

17 15 of 24) According to the picture below, list the atomic number and atomic mass of this element.

18 16 of 24) Name the two parts of a lipid. Part A (the head) Part B (the tails)

19 17 of 24 ) Which polysaccharide is stored in the liver and muscles for needed energy?

20 18 of 24 ) Two part question: A) Is butter a saturated or unsaturated fat? B) Is butter an animal fat or plant fat?

21 19 of 24 ) Fill in the table below. MonomerPolymer Nucleic acida) ?Nucleic Acid Lipidb) ?Lipid c) ?Mono- saccharide Poly- saccharide Proteind) ?Protein

22 20 of 24 ) What is an atom with a positive charge called?

23 21 of 24) In the picture, chlorine is stealing an electron from sodium. Two part question: a) What type of bond is this? b) Which atom will have the negative charge?

24 22 of 24) Lithium’s atomic number is 3 and Fluorine is 9. Fill out the table below as if they were to make an ionic bond.

25 23 of 24) Which molecule is… A) Sucrose? _______ B) Fructose? _______ C) Glucose? _______

26 24 of 24) Grab-bag: Which college below is the oldest in the United States?

27 Exchange your answers

28 1 of 24) Examine the amino acids below. a) Which molecule is inside the red box? b) Yellow box? c) Blue box?

29 2 of 24) From top to bottom, list the nucleotides that will bond with those in the picture.

30 3 of 24) Top, middle, or bottom: Which fatty acid must have the most double bonds? Bottom

31 4 of 24) Examine the nucleic acid pictured. A) Which colored shape indicates the sugar molecule? B) Phosphate? C) Nitrogen base?

32 5 of 24) Examine the diagram. How many electrons does the carbon indicated by the arrow have in its outer most level?

33 6 of 24) Examine the fatty acid chain. Which carbon (if any) is incorrectly bonded?

34 7 of 24) According to this pH scale… A) Which acid has the fewest H+ ions? B) Which base has the most H+ ions? acidbase

35 8 of 24) Pretend the picture is a complete gene. A) What type of organic molecule is this? B) What will this gene be used to create?

36 9 of 24) Examine the graph below. This enzyme works best at which pH?

37 10 of 24) Two part question: A) How many protons, neutrons, and electrons does sodium contain? B) How many electrons will be in every energy level (orbits) of sodium? Na 1123 sodium

38 11 of 24) If a carbohydrate has 9 Carbon atoms, how many hydrogen and oxygen atoms will it most likely contain?

39 12 of 24) Human blood contains water, and nutrients such as proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates. Name the solute(s) and solvent(s) as described above. Solute(s) = ____________________________ Solvent(s) = ___________________________

40 13 of 24) Two part question: a) Monosaccharides (such as glucose) and polysaccharides (such as sucrose) are sugar. What category of molecule are sugars? b) Which three atoms make up these molecules?

41 14 of 24) Small molecules often create larger molecules. Two part question: a) In general, what is the term for small organic molecules? b) In general, what is the term for larger organic molecules?

42 15 of 24) According to the picture below, list the atomic number and atomic mass of this element.

43 16 of 24) Name the two parts of a lipid. Part A (the head) Part B (the tails)

44 17 of 24 ) Which polysaccharide is stored in the liver and muscles for needed energy?

45 18 of 24) Two part question: A) Is butter a saturated or unsaturated fat? B) Is butter an animal fat or plant fat?

46 19 of 24 ) Fill in the table below. MonomerPolymer Nucleic acida)Nucleic Acid Lipidb)Lipid c)Mono- saccharide Poly- saccharide Proteind)Protein

47 20 of 24 ) What is an atom with a positive charge called?

48 21 of 24) In the picture, chlorine is stealing an electron from sodium. Two part question: a) What type of bond is this? b) Which atom will have the negative charge?

49 22 of 24) Lithium’s atomic number is 3 and Fluorine is 9. Fill out the table below as if they were to make an ionic bonds

50 23 of 24) Which molecule is… A) Sucrose? _______ B) Fructose? _______ C) Glucose? _______

51 24 of 24) Grab-bag: Which college below is the oldest in the United States?


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