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Flashcards for Chapter 16 in Chemistry

Activated complex short lived unstable arrangement of atoms that can break apart and re-form the reactants or can form products; also sometimes referred to as the transition state What is activation energy? the minimum amount of energy required in order to form the activated coplex and lead to a...

Micro Exam 4

Sterilization removal or destruction of all forms of microbial life sterilant sterilizing agent disinfection destroying vegetative pathogens on inanimate objects disinfectant agent used to treat inanimate objects for disingection antisepsis destruction of vegetative pathogens on living tissue antiseptic agent used on living tissue for microbial removal degerming removal of...

Lecture 17

sterilizer Chemical antimicrobial that kills all living organisms, including spores disinfectant Kill microbes or pathogens from inanimate surfaces,may not kill spores sanitizer Reduce, but may not eliminate microbes (foodindustry, etc.) bacteriostatic antimicrobials that inhibit microbial growth withoutkilling them bacteriocidal antimicrobials that kill microbes bacteriolytic antimicrobials that kill microbes by...

Micro-TEST #1-Lecture 2

Physical Control of microbes HeatCold temperaturesDesiccationRadiation Chemical Control of microbes HalogensPhenolicsChlorhexidineAlcoholsHydrogen peroxideDetergents & soapsHeavy metalsAldehydes Mechanic Control of microbes Filtration Disinfection Destruction or removal of vegetative pathogens but not bacterial endospores.Usually used on inanimate objects. Sterilization Complete removal/destruction of all microorganisms, used on inanimate objects Antiseptics Chemicals applied to...

Micro Ch 7 Test questions

after 7 days the dry weight of fungi on ‘apples’ is 5mg, you conclude… the compound is fungistatic decimal reduction time is the time in minutes that 90% of pupulationat a given temp is gone sterilization is removal of all microorganisms difference between a disinfectant and an antiseptic disinfectans...

OCTC-Micro-Chapter 9

Antisepsis Reduction in the number of microorganisms and viruses, particularly potential pathogens on living tissue.EX: iodine, alchool Antiseptics are frequently_________ whose strength has been ________ to make them safe for living tissues. disinfectants, reduced Aspetic refers to an environment or procedure free of ______. pathogenic contaminants. Examples of aseptic...

Molecular Geometry and Molecular Bonding

List all shapes in the TETRAHEDRAL domain TetrahedralPyramidalBent List all shapes in the TRIGONAL BIPYRAMIDAL domain Triogonal bipyramidalSee-sawT-shapedLinear List all shapes in the OCTAHEDRAL domain OctahedralSquare pyramidalSquare planar List all shapes in the TRIGONAL PLANAR domain Trigonal planar List all shapes in the LINEAR domain Linear Bond angle of...

Molecular Shape and Geometry

AX2 Linear AX3 Trigonal Planar AX2E V-shaped/Angular/Bent AX4 Tetrahedral AX3E Trigonal Pyramidal AX2E2 V-shaped/Angular AX5 Trigonal bipyramidal AX4E Seesaw AX3E2 T-shaped AX2E3 Linear AX6 Octahedral AX5E Square Pyramidal AX4E2 Square Planar...

molecular shapes

linear 2 pairs2 shared0 lone sp hybrid orbital180 degrees trigonal planar 3 pairs3 shared0 lone sp2 hybrid orbital120 degrees tetrahedral 4 pairs4 shared0 lone sp3 hybrid orbital109.5 degrees trigonal pyramidal 4 pairs3 shared1 lone sp3 hybrid orbital107.3 degrees bent 4 pairs2 shared2 lone sp3 hybrid orbital104.5 degrees trigonal bipyramidal...

Bacterial Growth and Physiology

      Differential Media Example –MacConkey –Lactose utilization –Bacteria import lactose (a disaccharide); metabolize glucose using fermentation, producing acid –Dye shows change in pH, indicating fermentation of lactose       Liquid Media –Good for growing specific amounts of bacteria and for growing large amounts of bacteria Types...