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what atom does a red ball represent?
oxygen
what atom does a yellow ball represent?
hydrogen
what atom does a black ball represent?
carbon
what atom does a blue ball represent?
nitrogen
what does a long stick represent?
a carbon covalent bond
what does a spring represent?
double bond
how do you determine if a molecule is organic or inorganic
if it contains carbon
what is the emperical formula for glucose?
C6H12O6
what is the empirical formula for ribose?
C5H10Oo5
CHOo
what is the empirical formula for ethane?
C2o6
co
what are the two common types of microscopes?
compound light microscope and transmission electron microscope
what are the major differences?
electron microscope must view non-living objects and can magnify at a much higher rate along with better resolution than compound light microscope
how do you determine the total magnification using different objective lenses?
you multiply the ocular lens(10x) by the magnification of the specific objective lens
what are the objective lense magnification powers from lowest to highest?
4x 10x 40x and 100x (if oil immersion is present)