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alkyl group
contains only carbon and hydrogen atoms arranged in a chain
Glycosidic Linkage
Bond between a monosaccharide (the anomeric carbon) and any other molecule (can be another carbohydrate, or an amino acid (glycoprotein), lipid, etc.)
electrolyte
aka "lytes"

ions which commonly exist in solutions as acids, bases, or salts
Hydride
H- ion

two electrons
one proton

During hydride transfer, the 2e- and one proton are transferred all together
Hydroxide
-OH
Proton
H+
aliphatic molecule
organic compounds that are NOT aromatic
keratin
structural protein (like collagen in that it's an alpha helix molecule that coils in groups of 2 - then pairs again to make filaments of four right-handed twisted protofibrils)
acyl group
a functional group derived by the removal of one or more hydroxyl group, usually from a carboxyl
Bronsted-Lowry Theory of acids and bases
base = H+ acceptor / acid = H+ donor

FOR REVERSE REACTION:
conjugate base = H+ acceptor / conjugate acid = H+ donor

*Note: the acid becomes the conjugate base for the reverse reaction, and the base becomes the conjugate acid
What is the concentration of pure water, [H2O], at room temperature (25 C)?
Molarity (M) is moles/liter

for water, 1g=1ml,
so, for 1 L = 1000ml, there are 1000 grams