1. Be able to identify functional groups in molecules: alkene, alkyne, alcohol, aldehyde, amide, amine, aromatic ring, carboxylic acid, ester, ether, ketone.
2. Be able to describe the make up of gasoline and what is measured by the octane rating.
1. Know the following terms: monomer, addition polymer, condensation polymer, copolymer.
2. Given a monomer, be able to show the repeating unit of the polymer. You must know whether the functional group(s) will tend to form addition or condensation polymers. Alkenes tend to form addition polymers; esters, amines, alcohols, carboxylic acids tend to form condensation polymers.
3. Given the polymer, be able to identify the monomer.
4. Be able to give examples and uses of addition or condensation polymers.
1. Be able to give an example of a simple sugar (monosaccharide) and its function in the body; also the same for a disaccharide and polysaccharide. You do not have to memorize the structures, just recognize the names.
2. Know the functions proteins can serve in the body and the food sources for proteins.
3. Know what is meant by an essential amino acid.
4. Know which vitamins are fat-soluble and which are water-soluble and how this affects the amount you can ingest.
5. Know the deficiency diseases for the vitamins discussed in class, and the food sources for these vitamins.
6. Be able to give examples of minerals, their functions in the body and their food sources.
7. Know what is a fat, both saturated and unsaturated, the purpose of fat being present in the body.
8. Know the purposes food additives serve.
9. Skip sections 16.11- end.
EXAM 4 WILL BE GIVEN ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd.