complete sentences that relate back to the question. Be sure to include a references section at the end of your assignment that lists the sources that you were required to read and view, and any additional resources you used to research your answers. Follow the references format provided in the Background page.

REDOX REACTIONS AND MwETABOLISM
Oxidation and Reduction

Now read the background for Part II before proceeding to the assignment:

Chemistry V: Oxidation and Reduction

Topic 10: Oxidation and reduction in metabolism

Now watch this short lecture that Introduces Oxidation and Reduction provided by the Khan Academy.

The redox reaction is an important type of reaction in human physiology. View this crash course in redox. It provides a very quick, brief description of the relevance of redox reactions to our lives. The lecture moves very quickly, so follow up by viewing this Bozeman Science video. After you have viewed these linked lectures, answer the following questions:

What examples of redox reactions are given in the videos?

What component of the atom is exchanged in this type of reaction?

Which type of bonding is involved in redox reactions?

What is the oxidation number? Why is oxygen always -2 and hydrogen always +1?

What reaction has saved more lives in the history of chemistry? Explain it.

What applications were described at the end of the Bozeman Science video on redox reactions? How do they apply to living organisms and what can you calculate or determine from them?

SLP Assignment Expectations
Answer each question using complete sentences that relate back to the question. Be sure to include a references section at the end of your assignment that lists the sources that you were required to read and view, and any additional resources you used to research your answers. Follow the references format provided in the Background page.
Module 4 – Background

REDOX REACTIONS AND METABOLISM
Newsholme, Eric A., Leech, Anthony R., and Board, Mary. Pain-Free Biochemistry : An Essential Guide for the Health Sciences (2nd Edition). Hoboken, NJ, USA: John Wiley & Sons, 2010:

Topic 8: Structure of Metabolism: Anabolism and Catabolism

Chemistry IV: Equilibrium

Topic 9: Catabolism degradation vs energy metabolism

Chemistry V: Oxidation and Reduction

Topic 10: Oxidation and reduction in metabolism

Stephen Lower, Chem1 Virtual Textbook. 2010. Accessed on August 25, 2014 at http://www.chem1.com/acad/webtext/chemeq/Eq-01.html
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Module 4 – SLP

REDOX REACTIONS AND METABOLISM
Oxidation and Reduction

Now read the background for Part II before proceeding to the assignment:

Chemistry V: Oxidation and Reduction

Topic 10: Oxidation and reduction in metabolism

Now watch this short lecture that Introduces Oxidation and Reduction provided by the Khan Academy.

The redox reaction is an important type of reaction in human physiology. View this crash course in redox. It provides a very quick, brief description of the relevance of redox reactions to our lives. The lecture moves very quickly, so follow up by viewing this Bozeman Science video. After you have viewed these linked lectures, answer the following questions:

What examples of redox reactions are given in the videos?

What component of the atom is exchanged in this type of reaction?

Which type of bonding is involved in redox reactions?

What is the oxidation number? Why is oxygen always -2 and hydrogen always +1?

What reaction has saved more lives in the history of chemistry? Explain it.

What applications were described at the end of the Bozeman Science video on redox reactions? How do they apply to living organisms and what can you calculate or determine from them?

SLP Assignment Expectations
Answer each question using complete sentences that relate back to the question. Be sure to include a references section at the end of your assignment that lists the sources that you were required to read and view, and any additional resources you used to research your answers. Follow the references format provided in the Background page.

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Module 4 – Background

REDOX REACTIONS AND METABOLISM
Newsholme, Eric A., Leech, Anthony R., and Board, Mary. Pain-Free Biochemistry : An Essential Guide for the Health Sciences (2nd Edition). Hoboken, NJ, USA: John Wiley & Sons, 2010:

Topic 8: Structure of Metabolism: Anabolism and Catabolism

Chemistry IV: Equilibrium

Topic 9: Catabolism degradation vs energy metabolism

Chemistry V: Oxidation and Reduction

Topic 10: Oxidation and reduction in metabolism

Stephen Lower, Chem1 Virtual Textbook. 2010. Accessed on August 25, 2014 at http://www.chem1.com/acad/webtext/chemeq/Eq-01.html

Pearson Learning Solutions: Carbohydrates. Pearson Higher Education, 2014. Accessed on August 14, 2014 at http://www.pearsoncustom.com/mct-comprehensive/asset.php?isbn=1269879944&id=6637


 

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