TOPIC 1: Using a series of arrows, draw the branched metabolic reaction pathway

TOPIC 1: Using a series of arrows, draw the branched metabolic reaction pathway described by the following statements, and then answer the question at the end. Use red arrows and minus signs to indicate inhibition. Be sure to take a picture of your metabolic pathway and include it as part of your answer.
L can form either M or N.
M can form O.
O can form either P or R.
P can form Q.
R can form S.
O inhibits the reaction of L to form M.
Q inhibits the reaction of O to form P.
S inhibits the reaction of O to form R.
Which reactions would/would not prevail if both Q & S were present in the cell in high concentrations?
L >>> M
M >>> O
L >>> N
O >>> P
TOPIC 2: Explain what is happening in the photo below in terms of kinetic energy and potential energy. Include the energy conversions that occur when the penguins eat fish and climb back up on the glacier. Describe the role of ATP and what happens to the free energy of some of the molecules involved. Explain exactly what an enzyme is (physically and chemically) and how the structure of an enzyme plays a crucial role with the other molecules involved in a chemical reaction.
**photo is attached** please include diagrams, charts, or pictures in your answer. thank you.
I WILL TIP THE WRITER SINCE THERE ARE TWO DIFFERENT TOPICS THAT I NEED ANSWERS FOR.

this is a report for a paper, Write 7 page report (not including figures). Use

this is a report for a paper,
Write 7 page report (not including
figures).
Use references in paper to add
supporting information and use any relevant supplementary information
Paper should have title,
abstract, introduction, body text, summary, and bibliography of all material
used.
Summeriez the paper and some discussion of the result of the paper. Give some background, reason of why writer want to do this experience ETC.
Gice me a druft before May 2th 5pm.

I need to complete my lab report, below I have provided the graphs for each expe

I need to complete my lab report, below I have provided the graphs for each experiment I did. However, in order to view the grading rubric for my lab report I first need to submit the 10 questions that I have provided screenshots of. After I answer those questions I can upload the rubric for the lab report. If the questions can be done by today that would be great and easier in order to get started on the lab report. The lab report is not due until tomorrow at 8 pm but the questions are due tonight.

You are the manager of the health, safety, and environmental (HSE) department in

You are the manager of the health, safety, and environmental (HSE) department in your company, and one of your tasks is to give training to new or transfer employees to your department. A topic that is being covered in training is the use of the Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) (hard copy or mobile app version). The incident that you gave the class to evaluate their understanding of how to use the ERG involves a spill of 55 gallons of material in a dry ditch along a dirt road at 5 am. The material has an identification number of 1828. The employees in the class are to address the following prompts based on information from the ERG.
List the specific name of the material and the guide number to be used.
Select the appropriate initial isolation and protective action distances.
Identify potential interactions of the material with water and metals.
Summarize potential health hazards and precautionary measures for the first responders to this incident.
Your response must be at least 200 words in length.

900-1100 words summary paper. + a cover page + References It must have 12pt Tim

900-1100 words summary paper. + a cover page + References
It must have 12pt Times Roman font, 1-inch margins. Please make it double spaced, which may be altogether 4 pages long. ( If single-spaced, it will be 2 pages. )
Hello All,
The writing assignment will be due by Week 16, latest by April
28th ( See Syllabus)
The student will
summarize the labs from Experiments 04 (Chemical Bonding), 05 (Molecular
Shapes), 10 (IMF and Solubility), and 11 (Chromatography of Dyes).
molecule to use is Chcl3
The student will write a 2-page summary paper.
It must have 12pt
Times Roman font, single-spaced, 1-inch margins.
In addition, it should include a cover page with the title, Name, and Lab section.
It should also include a reference page. In total, there should be four pages.
The 2-page paper will include:
a) -effective
presentation of knowledge and a minimum of two credible resources
b) -application
of concepts and/or models
c) -analysis
and interpretation of data collected from several experiments
d) -formulation
of a conclusion
e) points will be assigned to grammar
and spelling errors in the paper.
a)
The student will summarize and use the evidence gained from
Experiments 04 (Chemical Bonding), 05 (Molecular Shapes), 10 (IMF and
Solubility), and 11 (Chromatography of Dyes) to write a 4-7-page (double
spaced) paper answering the following prompt.
What are intermolecular forces and how do they determine the properties
of molecules.
In addition, it should include
a cover page with title, name, and lab section.
It should also include a reference page with citations in either APA or
MLA format. The paper will include:
o Effective presentation of knowledge and minimum two credible resources –
These resources should be cited in the reference page. Your textbook can be a source but will not
count toward the two minimum resources needed.
o Application of concepts and/or models – Students must apply
concepts/models discussed in these labs to applications beyond those discussed
in these specific labs.
o Analysis and interpretation of data collected from several experiments
o Formulation of a conclusion
c) points will be assigned to grammar and
spelling errors in the paper.
The
writing assignment will be graded based on the rubric below. The paper is worth a total of 50 points. Meeting target expectations in each category
will be worth 9 points for a total value of 45 points. The last 5 points will be based on if the
students followed the guidelines of the paper (double spaced, cover page, etc).
Elements
of this rubric are adapted from the AAC&U VALUE rubric for “Inquiry and
Analysis”

I. Introduction 1. What are molecules and polyatomic ions, and what are they m

I. Introduction
1. What are molecules and polyatomic ions, and what are they made of?
2. What are the factors that dictate the physical and chemical properties of molecules and polyatomic ions?
3. What are valence electrons and molecular shapes, and why are they important in understanding the relationship between structure and properties of molecules and polyatomic ions.
4. What are Lewis Dot Structures? What are VSEPR models?
5. What were the objectives of this experiment?
6. How did you use the ball-and-stick model to determine the molecular shape and polarity of molecules?
7. What did you learn from this experiment that reinforces your knowledge about VSEPR theory, molecular shapes and polarity of molecules?
II. Results Analysis
A. Data and Calculations
Complete all the activity by hand and take photos of the molecular models, if necessary. Submit the signed datasheet you completed in class.
B. Discussion
Part I Molecular Geometry Determination of Simple Binary Molecular Compounds
1. What is the molecular geometry of H2Se, CCl4?
2. Are they polar or non-polar? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
Part II Molecular Geometry Determination of Other Molecular Compounds
1. What is the molecular geometry of H2CO and HCN?
2. Are they polar or non-polar? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
Part III Molecular Geometry Determination of Polyatomic Ions
1. What is the molecular geometry of NH4+ and OH-?
2. Are they polar or non-polar? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
Part IV Molecular Geometry Determination of Organic Compounds
1. What is the molecular geometry of the individual central atom of CH3COCH3 and CH3COOH?
2. What is the overall polarity of each molecule? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
III. Conclusions
1. Why is ball-and-stick model useful in understanding the relationship between Lewis Dot Structures and molecular shapes of molecules and polyatomic ions?
2. What do electronic geometry represent and how did you use it in conjunction with the VSEPR theory in determining the angle and shape of the studied molecules and polyatomic ions?
3. How did the ball-and-stick models assist you in predicting the symmetry and polarity of the molecules?
4. What are the factors that influence the polarity of the molecules studied?
5. Why is the study of molecular shapes important in understanding the properties of matter? Why is it important to know the polarity of molecules? Give an example of its application.

I. Introduction 1. What are molecules and polyatomic ions, and what are they m

I. Introduction
1. What are molecules and polyatomic ions, and what are they made of?
2. What are the factors that dictate the physical and chemical properties of molecules and polyatomic ions?
3. What are valence electrons and molecular shapes, and why are they important in understanding the relationship between structure and properties of molecules and polyatomic ions.
4. What are Lewis Dot Structures? What are VSEPR models?
5. What were the objectives of this experiment?
6. How did you use the ball-and-stick model to determine the molecular shape and polarity of molecules?
7. What did you learn from this experiment that reinforces your knowledge about VSEPR theory, molecular shapes and polarity of molecules?
II. Results Analysis
A. Data and Calculations
Complete all the activity by hand and take photos of the molecular models, if necessary. Submit the signed datasheet you completed in class.
B. Discussion
Part I Molecular Geometry Determination of Simple Binary Molecular Compounds
1. What is the molecular geometry of H2Se, CCl4?
2. Are they polar or non-polar? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
Part II Molecular Geometry Determination of Other Molecular Compounds
1. What is the molecular geometry of H2CO and HCN?
2. Are they polar or non-polar? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
Part III Molecular Geometry Determination of Polyatomic Ions
1. What is the molecular geometry of NH4+ and OH-?
2. Are they polar or non-polar? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
Part IV Molecular Geometry Determination of Organic Compounds
1. What is the molecular geometry of the individual central atom of CH3COCH3 and CH3COOH?
2. What is the overall polarity of each molecule? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
III. Conclusions
1. Why is ball-and-stick model useful in understanding the relationship between Lewis Dot Structures and molecular shapes of molecules and polyatomic ions?
2. What do electronic geometry represent and how did you use it in conjunction with the VSEPR theory in determining the angle and shape of the studied molecules and polyatomic ions?
3. How did the ball-and-stick models assist you in predicting the symmetry and polarity of the molecules?
4. What are the factors that influence the polarity of the molecules studied?
5. Why is the study of molecular shapes important in understanding the properties of matter? Why is it important to know the polarity of molecules? Give an example of its application.

I. Introduction 1. What are molecules and polyatomic ions, and what are they m

I. Introduction
1. What are molecules and polyatomic ions, and what are they made of?
2. What are the factors that dictate the physical and chemical properties of molecules and polyatomic ions?
3. What are valence electrons and molecular shapes, and why are they important in understanding the relationship between structure and properties of molecules and polyatomic ions.
4. What are Lewis Dot Structures? What are VSEPR models?
5. What were the objectives of this experiment?
6. How did you use the ball-and-stick model to determine the molecular shape and polarity of molecules?
7. What did you learn from this experiment that reinforces your knowledge about VSEPR theory, molecular shapes and polarity of molecules?
II. Results Analysis
A. Data and Calculations
Complete all the activity by hand and take photos of the molecular models, if necessary. Submit the signed datasheet you completed in class.
B. Discussion
Part I Molecular Geometry Determination of Simple Binary Molecular Compounds
1. What is the molecular geometry of H2Se, CCl4?
2. Are they polar or non-polar? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
Part II Molecular Geometry Determination of Other Molecular Compounds
1. What is the molecular geometry of H2CO and HCN?
2. Are they polar or non-polar? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
Part III Molecular Geometry Determination of Polyatomic Ions
1. What is the molecular geometry of NH4+ and OH-?
2. Are they polar or non-polar? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
Part IV Molecular Geometry Determination of Organic Compounds
1. What is the molecular geometry of the individual central atom of CH3COCH3 and CH3COOH?
2. What is the overall polarity of each molecule? Briefly explain.
3. After you examined the ball-and-stick model, what influenced the angle and shape of these molecules? Briefly explain using the VSEPR theory.
III. Conclusions
1. Why is ball-and-stick model useful in understanding the relationship between Lewis Dot Structures and molecular shapes of molecules and polyatomic ions?
2. What do electronic geometry represent and how did you use it in conjunction with the VSEPR theory in determining the angle and shape of the studied molecules and polyatomic ions?
3. How did the ball-and-stick models assist you in predicting the symmetry and polarity of the molecules?
4. What are the factors that influence the polarity of the molecules studied?
5. Why is the study of molecular shapes important in understanding the properties of matter? Why is it important to know the polarity of molecules? Give an example of its application.

Go through the experimental data in the paper and make a critical assessment abo

Go through the experimental data in the paper and make a critical assessment about which of the experiments (usually figures and tables) from the paper are the most crucial for the authors to be able to draw their most important conclusions in the paper. This will be a judgment call on your part since the size constraint of the paper will not allow you to go into great depth on all of the figures. Describe each of these experiments / data in detail. What was each experiment designed to show? How was it done, i.e. what techniques were used (uncommon experimental techniques require more description)? What was the outcome, and how did the data obtained shed light on the overall problem? For each assertion you make, make sure to support it with examples, data, or analogies. Do not leave points that you are trying to make unsubstantiated. A major objective of this assignment is to demonstrate the relationship between actual experimentation and overall conclusions and concepts. Heavy emphasis is placed on your description of the experiments at a level that allows your audience to understand them without having read the article. The data taken from the experiments are subsequently pooled together to make overall conclusions in the next section. Use 2-2.5 pages for the experimental/Results section.