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What are the pros and cons of the utilization of hydrogen gas as a source of energy?
What are the obstacles that have prevented its widespread use? Teaching Suggestions A good demonstration of surface tension may be accomplished if you have an overhead projector. Bring in a Petri dish filled nearly to the brim with water. Put it on the overhead projector. If your hands are steady, you will be able to put a razor blade on the surface and it will float there. Try using a pair of tweezers to place it on the water.
On the screen, the students will be able to see the blade floating on the water. You can exhibit capillary action in the same way. Bring a capillary tube. Put the end in the water in the Petri dish. On the screen, the students can see the water rise in the tube. There are many common examples, in this and other texts, familiar to students that illustrate these concepts.
You might also discuss these concepts in relation to aquatic organisms.
What would happen to a turtle in a lake if water froze from the bottom to the top? Remind students that the pH scale is logarithmic. Log scales are often difficult for students to conceptualize. The Richter scale for earthquakes is a familiar example and is similar to the pH scale.
Just as an earthquake measuring 4 is actually 10 times greater in magnitude than an earthquake measuring 3 on the Richter scale, a solution of pH 5 is 10 times more acidic than a solution of pH 6. A solution of pH 2 is times more acidic than a solution of pH 4.
On the Richter scale, earthquakes measuring 1 point higher have a more than times increase in energy. Use models when discussing atoms, elements, and bonding. Balloons work well for demonstrating atomic structure.
Springs, tennis balls, and bar magnets work well for demonstrating covalent, ionic, and hydrogen bonding, respectively. Lecture Enrichment Relative sizes Students need to get a feel for the size of atoms. Some may think that atoms or molecules are large enough to be seen easily.
The fact that a million atoms would be as big as the period at the end of this sentence puts perspective to actual size. The fact that an atom is mostly empty space can be envisioned by the comparison of a golf ball representing a nucleus, and the electrons orbiting 1 km over a half mile away.
One additional example of hydrogen bonding results in surface tension of water. This is one familiar to many children and adults —skipping rocks on water.
The basilisk lizard and the water strider accomplish this in two different ways, but both exploit the surface tension created by water molecules.
Students are often under the mistaken impression that all hydrophilic substances dissolve in water. Hydrophilic means having an affinity for water; not all hydrophilic substances dissolve, because their molecules are too large. Cellulose is a familiar example. Later in this course, they will see the movement of water into plant roots partially because of the affinity for water of the cell walls composed of cellulose.
Chemical elements necessary for human life We have known for centuries that carbon, copper, iron, and sulfur are necessary components of the human body. However, the discovery that some of the micronutrients such as boron, potassium, selenium, and silicon, and even the macronutrients sodium and calcium, are required for life was not made until the s. Zinc is one of the most important trace elements necessary for bodily function, involved in everything from homeostasis to immune response.
Many cold and flu products sold in stores contain zinc. Discuss with students the natural sources for many of the trace elements required by the human body. Iron Iron is well known as the important central atom to the hemoglobin molecule, as well as other biologically important molecules.
But iron pills are a leading cause of childhood poisoning deaths in the U. In the early s, over 10, children accidentally swallowed these pills annually. Just as many as five high-potency over-the-counter tablets could be fatal for a small child. The FDA now requires warnings to be placed on these pill bottles, and the pills are often in packaging that is difficult—even for an adult—to open. University of Arizona. Vision learning CHE Her books have been translated into more than 10 languages.
Solomon earned an M.
She taught Biology and Nursing students for more than 20 years. In addition to being a biologist and science author, Dr. Solomon is a bio-psychologist with a special interest in the neurophysiology of traumatic experience. Her research has focused on the neurological, endocrine and psychological effects of trauma, including Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and development of maladaptive coping strategies. Solomon has presented her research at many national and international conferences, and her work has been published in leading professional journals.
He received his Ph. Throughout his career at Rutgers, he has taught General Biology as well as undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in Genetics and Molecular Cell Biology. The Chemical Basis of Life. The Chemistry of Life: Organic Compounds. Organization of the Cell. Biological Membranes.
Cell Communication. Part 2: Energy and Metabolism. Energy-Releasing Pathways. Capturing Light Energy.
Part 3: Chromosomes, Mitosis, and Meiosis. The Basic Principles of Heredity. The Carrier of Genetic Information. Gene Expression. Gene Regulation. DNA Technology and Genomics. Human Genetics and the Human Genome. Developmental Genetics. Part 4: Introduction to Darwinian Evolution.
Evolutionary Change in Populations. Speciation and Macroevolution.
The Origin and Evolutionary History of Life. The Evolution of Primates. Part 5: Understanding Diversity: Viruses and Subviral Agents. Bacteria and Archaea.