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Journal Articles: 13 results
Molecular Handshake: Recognition through Weak Noncovalent Interactions  Parvathi S. Murthy
This article traces the development of our thinking about molecular recognition through noncovalent interactions, highlights their salient features, and suggests ways for comprehensive education on this important concept.
Murthy, Parvathi S. J. Chem. Educ. 2006, 83, 1010.
Applications of Chemistry |
Biosignaling |
Membranes |
Molecular Recognition |
Noncovalent Interactions |
Chromatography |
Molecular Properties / Structure |
Polymerization |
Reactions
Demonstrating Encapsulation and Release: A New Take on Alginate Complexation and the Nylon Rope Trick  Andrienne C. Friedli and Inge R. Schlager
Three variations on a classroom demonstration of the encapsulation of droplets and evidence for release of the interior solution are described. The first two demonstrations mimic biocompatible applications of encapsulation. A third encapsulation exercise exploits the irreversible interfacial polymerization of diamine and diacid chloride to form membranes and illustrates the detection of diamine release from the capsule using an indicator.
Friedli, Andrienne C.; Schlager, Inge R. J. Chem. Educ. 2005, 82, 1017.
Biotechnology |
Acids / Bases |
Applications of Chemistry |
Carbohydrates |
Consumer Chemistry |
Membranes
Illustrating Chemical Kinetic Principles with Ion Motions in Thin Membranes  Michael E. Starzak
Ions dissolved in thin membranes follow first order kinetics when they are moved between interfacial states by an applied electrical potential. The two state system is ideal to describe basic chemical kinetic concepts such as detailed balance at equilibrium and possible time dependence in the rate constants.
Starzak, Michael E. J. Chem. Educ. 1997, 74, 410.
Kinetics |
Membranes |
Equilibrium
Osmotic Pressure and Electrochemical Potential--A Parallel   Rainer Bausch
Comparison of osmotic pressure and electrochemical potential.
Bausch, Rainer. J. Chem. Educ. 1995, 72, 713.
Electrochemistry |
Solutions / Solvents |
Membranes |
Transport Properties
Teaching bioorganic chemistry: An introductory course  Dugas, Hermann
Bioorganic chemistry could be defined as a discipline that is essentially concerned with using the tools of organic chemistry to understand biochemical processes.
Dugas, Hermann J. Chem. Educ. 1992, 69, 268.
Bioorganic Chemistry |
Catalysis |
Biological Cells |
Proteins / Peptides |
Medicinal Chemistry
Consequences of the lipid bilayer to membrane-associated reactions  Eze, Michael O.
The bilyaer is a very important component of the cell, and consequently fluidity changes within the liquid crystalline state, as well as changes from gel to liquid crystalline, must have profound effects on these membrane functions, and on functions that occur within the membrane.
Eze, Michael O. J. Chem. Educ. 1990, 67, 17.
Lipids |
Biological Cells |
Membranes
The biochemistry of brewing   Bering, Charles L.
There are few topics that hold the attention of students as much as the one presented in this paper.
Bering, Charles L. J. Chem. Educ. 1988, 65, 519.
Biological Cells |
Carbohydrates |
Applications of Chemistry |
Alcohols |
Metabolism |
Enzymes |
Biotechnology |
Molecular Biology |
Consumer Chemistry
Supercoiled DNA: Biological significance  Sinden, Richard R.
An introduction to DNA supercoiling, including the effects of DNA supercoiling on DNA structure and biological reactions.
Sinden, Richard R. J. Chem. Educ. 1987, 64, 294.
Molecular Properties / Structure |
Biological Cells
Transport of caffeine through Millipore filter  Rujimethabhas, Manit; Crossley, John
Examines the permeation of caffeine through a prepared diffusion cell.
Rujimethabhas, Manit; Crossley, John J. Chem. Educ. 1982, 59, 876.
Mass Spectrometry |
Laboratory Equipment / Apparatus |
Membranes
Questions [and] Answers  Campbell, J. A.
303-308. Six practical, environmental chemistry application questions and their answers. Q303 submitted by Jerry Ray Dias.
Campbell, J. A. J. Chem. Educ. 1977, 54, 369.
Enrichment / Review Materials |
Metals |
Toxicology |
Coordination Compounds |
Membranes |
Aqueous Solution Chemistry |
Atomic Properties / Structure
Molecular membrane model  Huebner, J. S.
Making a model of a lipid bilayer using polystyrene balls and pipe cleaners.
Huebner, J. S. J. Chem. Educ. 1977, 54, 171.
Membranes |
Lipids |
Molecular Modeling |
Proteins / Peptides |
Dyes / Pigments
Demonstrating osmotic and hydrostatic pressures in blood capillaries  Ledbetter, John W., Jr.; Jones, Harry D.
Tis demonstration was developed to demonstrate the various pressures that exist within a blood capillary and to emphasize the role of physical chemistry in the human body.
Ledbetter, John W., Jr.; Jones, Harry D. J. Chem. Educ. 1967, 44, 362.
Membranes |
Transport Properties
Active transport of sodium ions across frog skin: A demonstration experiment  Quinney, Paul R.; Swartz, Howard A.
Radioactive sodium ions are used to investigate the active transport of sodium ions across frog skin.
Quinney, Paul R.; Swartz, Howard A. J. Chem. Educ. 1964, 41, 159.
Membranes |
Transport Properties |
Nuclear / Radiochemistry |
Isotopes