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Oxidation
Autoxidation
Autoxidation: O2
Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS)
Free radical mechanism of Oxidation
Slow process - uncatalyzed oxidation of a substance by O2.
O-O... Triple diradical with 2 unpaired electrons w/parallel s…
Includes superoxide (O2*-), hydrogen peroxide, and the very r…
Involves INITIATION-PROPAGATION-TERMINATION!... 1. I: formation…
Autoxidation
Slow process - uncatalyzed oxidation of a substance by O2.
Autoxidation: O2
O-O... Triple diradical with 2 unpaired electrons w/parallel s…
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Oxidation
What is Oxidation technically?
What happens with an Aldonic Acid?
What happens with an Uronic Acid?
Saccharic acids?... Tell me, Glucose, Gal…
Adding of an Oxygen molecule
Aldehyde becomes Carobxyl
the Ch2OH in the bottom becomes a carboxyl group... Glucose is f…
This is just when its oxidation in both ends, both ends becom…
What is Oxidation technically?
Adding of an Oxygen molecule
What happens with an Aldonic Acid?
Aldehyde becomes Carobxyl
OXIDATION
Law of conversation of mass
Metal
Metal oxide
Non-metal
In any physical change or chemical reaction,mass is conserved…
Elements that are good conductors of heat and electric current.
Metal + Oxygen
An element. Does not conducts electricity, gas or dull
Law of conversation of mass
In any physical change or chemical reaction,mass is conserved…
Metal
Elements that are good conductors of heat and electric current.
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****** Oxidation ****
LiAlH4 -> H2O workup
DIBAL-H -> H20
LiAlH(OtBu3) -> -78
Ag2O -> NH3
LiAlH4 -> H2O workup
DIBAL-H -> H20
Oxides
AO Group
ice
periclase
periclase (MgO) with H2O present in th…
examples: ZnO - zincite - minor ore of zinc... MgO - periclase -…
H2O... -crystal system: Hexagonal
MgO... Magnesium Oxide... -Crystal System: is Isometric... -Face cent…
may further alter to form ... brucite: Mg(OH)2
AO Group
examples: ZnO - zincite - minor ore of zinc... MgO - periclase -…
ice
H2O... -crystal system: Hexagonal
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Oxides
Rutile
Corundum
Hematite
Magnetite
TiO₂
Al₂O₃
Fe₂O₃
Fe₃O₄
Rutile
TiO₂
Corundum
Al₂O₃
Oxides
Carbon dioxide
Sulphur dioxide
Hydrogen dioxide
Potassium dioxide
Carbon dioxide
Sulphur dioxide
Oxides
Sulfur
Diamond
Graphite
Gold
S
C
C
Au
Sulfur
S
Diamond
C
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Oxides
Cuprite
Zincite
Hematite Group(X2O3): Corundum
Hematite
Cu2O... Metallic-adamantine, red, ruby-red in transparent crysta…
ZnO ... Distinguished by: red color, orange-yellow streak, assoc…
Al2O3 (hexagonal)... Distinguished by: great hardness, high lust…
Fe2O3 (Hexagonal)... Distinguished by: red streak (black on heat…
Cuprite
Cu2O... Metallic-adamantine, red, ruby-red in transparent crysta…
Zincite
ZnO ... Distinguished by: red color, orange-yellow streak, assoc…
Oxides
What three categories can elemental ox…
What do acids release in solution?
What do bases release in solution?
Metallic oxides are?
Basic, acidic or amphoteric
H+ ( proton) or hydronium (H3O+)
(OH-) hydroxide in solution
Basic, reacts with water to form metal hydroxides
What three categories can elemental ox…
Basic, acidic or amphoteric
What do acids release in solution?
H+ ( proton) or hydronium (H3O+)
Oxides
Rutile
Corundum
Hematite
Magnetite
TiO₂... -Adamantine to submetallic, Reddish color... Greyish black…
Al₂O₃... -Hexagonal crystals, Color varies, Ruby, Sapphire, very…
Fe₂O₃... -Reddish brown streak, May look reddish(oxidized), blac…
Fe₃O₄... -Magnetic, Black or metallic, iron look
Rutile
TiO₂... -Adamantine to submetallic, Reddish color... Greyish black…
Corundum
Al₂O₃... -Hexagonal crystals, Color varies, Ruby, Sapphire, very…
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Oxidation and Reduction
Oxidation
Reduction
Reducing Agent
Oxidising agent
= gain of oxygen or loss of electrons
= loss of oxygen or gain of electrons
= Reductant = this is the species that is oxidised and causin…
= Oxidant = this is the species that is reduced and causes th…
Oxidation
= gain of oxygen or loss of electrons
Reduction
= loss of oxygen or gain of electrons
Oxidative Phosphorylation and Pyruvate Oxidation
What happens in oxidative phosphorylat…
What effect can the electron transport…
Describe the structure of ATP synthase?
What id the second step of aerobic cel…
by the movement of protons back into the mitochondrial matrix…
they are both couple together so if the electron transport st…
it consists of a turbine-like structure that contains three s…
pyruvate oxidation
What happens in oxidative phosphorylat…
by the movement of protons back into the mitochondrial matrix…
What effect can the electron transport…
they are both couple together so if the electron transport st…
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Oxidation/Reduction
oxidation
reduction
LEO says GER
OIL RIG
- loss of electrons... - gain of oxygen... - ex. Na (s) -> Na+ + e-
- gain of electrons... - loss of oxygen... - ex. Ag+ + e- -> Ag
Losing Electrons Oxidation... Gaining Electrons Redu…
Oxidation Is Losing... Reduction Is Gaining
oxidation
- loss of electrons... - gain of oxygen... - ex. Na (s) -> Na+ + e-
reduction
- gain of electrons... - loss of oxygen... - ex. Ag+ + e- -> Ag
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Oxidation Numbers
Ferrous ion
ferric ion
cuprous ion
cupric ion
iron (II)
iron (III)
copper (I)
copper (II)
Ferrous ion
iron (II)
ferric ion
iron (III)
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Oxidation and Reduction
redox
oxidation
reduction
OILRIG
general term for reactions or processes involving oxidation a…
Definition 1: species gaining oxygen or losing hydrogen... Defin…
Definition 1: species losing oxygen or gaining hydrogen... Defin…
Way to remember the electron definition of redox - Oxidation…
redox
general term for reactions or processes involving oxidation a…
oxidation
Definition 1: species gaining oxygen or losing hydrogen... Defin…
Beta Oxidation
Oxidation of Fatty Acids is a Major En…
The advantage of fats over polysacchar…
Glucose and glycogen are for short-ter…
Triacylglycerols
About one third of our energy needs comes from dietary triacy…
Fatty acids carry more energy per carbon because they are mor…
Fats are for long term energy needs (months), good storage, s…
Hydrolyzed to glycerol and fatty acids (3) by lipases... Glycero…
Oxidation of Fatty Acids is a Major En…
About one third of our energy needs comes from dietary triacy…
The advantage of fats over polysacchar…
Fatty acids carry more energy per carbon because they are mor…
Oxidation - reduction
Oxidation
Reduction
Oxidising agent
Reducing agent
Oxidation is the loss of electrons during a reaction by a mol…
Reduction is the gain of electrons during a reaction by a mol…
In chemistry, an oxidising agent (oxidant, oxidizer) is a sub…
A reducing agent (also called a reductant or reducer) is an e…
Oxidation
Oxidation is the loss of electrons during a reaction by a mol…
Reduction
Reduction is the gain of electrons during a reaction by a mol…
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Beta Oxidation
During lipid digestion, which compenen…
Which enzyme attacks the emulsified fat?
What are produced from the breakdown o…
Which protein provides assistance to p…
Bile salts, ... lecithin, ... and cholesterol
Pancreatic lipase
Free fatty acids and a monoglyceride
Colipase... binds to surface of lipid droplet
During lipid digestion, which compenen…
Bile salts, ... lecithin, ... and cholesterol
Which enzyme attacks the emulsified fat?
Pancreatic lipase
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Oxidation Quiz
+3
-1
-1
+1
Aluminum (Al)
Fluorine (F)
Chlorine (Cl)
Sodium (Na)
+3
Aluminum (Al)
-1
Fluorine (F)
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Oxidation Numbers
+1
+2
+1
-1
Group 1A
Group 2A
Hydrogen in combination with nonmetals
Hydrogen in combination with metals and Boron
+1
Group 1A
+2
Group 2A
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Oxidation Numbers
Free Element
Most elements in compounds follow patt…
Important exceptions
Three or more elements
Rule 1: Elements that have an oxidation number of 0. For exam…
Rule 2:
Rule 3: Hydrides - H + Metals / Peroxide - Pairs of oxygen th…
Rule 4: The middle element balances
Free Element
Rule 1: Elements that have an oxidation number of 0. For exam…
Most elements in compounds follow patt…
Rule 2:
Fermentation Oxidation
O/F tests distinguishes between
O/F indicator
O/F: both tubes yellow
O/F: open tube-yellow, closed-green
glucose fermentation, glucose oxidation, or nonsaccharolytic
bromthymol blue
glucose fermentation, oxidation, saccharolytic
glucose oxidation
O/F tests distinguishes between
glucose fermentation, glucose oxidation, or nonsaccharolytic
O/F indicator
bromthymol blue
Oxidation Numbers
+1
+2
+1
-1
Group 1A
Group 2A
Hydrogen in combination with nonmetals
Hydrogen in combination with metals and Boron
+1
Group 1A
+2
Group 2A
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beta oxidation
steps of beta oxidation
B ox enzymes
Conversion of propionyl coA to Succiny…
First step difference in peroxisomal B…
Acyl CoA... Trans delta2 enoyl CoA ... L-B-hydroxyacyl CoA... B-ketoac…
Acyl CoA dehydrogenase... enoyl coA hydratase... 3-L hydroxyacyl de…
methylmalonyl CoA intermediate ... catalyzed by carboxylase (use…
acyl CoA oxidase... 2H + FADH2 to O2 producing H2O2... following st…
steps of beta oxidation
Acyl CoA... Trans delta2 enoyl CoA ... L-B-hydroxyacyl CoA... B-ketoac…
B ox enzymes
Acyl CoA dehydrogenase... enoyl coA hydratase... 3-L hydroxyacyl de…
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Oxidation Number
Oxidation Number
Oxidation
Reduction
Rules for Oxidation Numbers
positive or negative number assigned to an atom to indicate i…
loss of electrons
gain of electrons... (gaining electric charge --> reducing oxida…
assign oxidation # above element
Oxidation Number
positive or negative number assigned to an atom to indicate i…
Oxidation
loss of electrons
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Oxidation/Reduction
oxidation
reduction
LEO says GER
OIL RIG
- loss of electrons... - gain of oxygen... - ex. Na (s) -> Na+ + e-
- gain of electrons... - loss of oxygen... - ex. Ag+ + e- -> Ag
Losing Electrons Oxidation... Gaining Electrons Redu…
Oxidation Is Losing... Reduction Is Gaining
oxidation
- loss of electrons... - gain of oxygen... - ex. Na (s) -> Na+ + e-
reduction
- gain of electrons... - loss of oxygen... - ex. Ag+ + e- -> Ag
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Beta oxidation
Odd # fatty acids
Acetyl Coa... Propionyl Coa
oxidation of Propionyl-CoA
step 1 of oxid. of Propionyl-CoA
Are oxidized in the same pathway as even # acids
The final products of beta oxid. Of odd # fatty acids. When f…
propionyl-CoA -> D-methylmalonyl- CoA ... ATP + HCO3- + biotin…
Odd # fatty acids
Are oxidized in the same pathway as even # acids
Acetyl Coa... Propionyl Coa
The final products of beta oxid. Of odd # fatty acids. When f…
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oxidation numbers
ammonium
acetate
chlorate
chlorite
NH4+
ammonium
NH4+
acetate
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oxidation susceptibility
phenol
aniline
pyrrole
furan
very susceptible
very susceptible
very susceptible
very susceptible
phenol
very susceptible
aniline
very susceptible
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Oxidation and Reduction
Electron loss
Electron gain
Reduction of Copper
Oxidation of Zinc
Oxidation in terms of electrons
Reduction in terms of electrons
Process taking place
Process taking place
Electron loss
Oxidation in terms of electrons
Electron gain
Reduction in terms of electrons
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beta oxidation
beta oxidation
beta oxidation regulation
after beta oxidation
fasting state (blood/adipose tissue)
breaking down of long chain fatty acids for energy ... -energy i…
malonyl CoA from fatty acid synthesis ... -high levels inhibit c…
two pathways for energy production from fatty acids... -Krebs cy…
-the blood has low glucose levels... -in adipose tissue, lipolys…
beta oxidation
breaking down of long chain fatty acids for energy ... -energy i…
beta oxidation regulation
malonyl CoA from fatty acid synthesis ... -high levels inhibit c…
11. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
Reactions that involve the transfer of…
The law of conservation of charge stat…
Oxidation numbers... are assigned to atom…
KEY CONCEPT 1
oxidation-reduction (redox) reactions.
Note that biochemical redox reagents such as NAD tend to act…
1. The oxidation number of a free element is zero. For exampl…
The conventions of formula writing put cation first and anion…
Reactions that involve the transfer of…
oxidation-reduction (redox) reactions.
The law of conservation of charge stat…
Note that biochemical redox reagents such as NAD tend to act…
Oxidation Reactions:
Define oxidation in three ways:
Define reduction in three ways:
Covalent oxidation rule (2 rules):
Oxygen's oxidation state (2):
1. Loss of electrons.... 2. Gain of oxygen.... 3. Loss of hydrogen.
1. Gain of electrons.... 2. Loss of oxygen.... 3. Gain of hydrogen.
1. More electronegative= negative state.... 2. Less electronegat…
1. Normally= -2.... 2. Peroxides= -1.
Define oxidation in three ways:
1. Loss of electrons.... 2. Gain of oxygen.... 3. Loss of hydrogen.
Define reduction in three ways:
1. Gain of electrons.... 2. Loss of oxygen.... 3. Gain of hydrogen.
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Beta Oxidation
Palmitoyl-CoA
Trans-Δ2-enoyl-CoA
L-β-hydroxy-acyl-CoA
β-ketoacyl CoA
Palmitoyl-CoA
Trans-Δ2-enoyl-CoA
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Oxidation and reduction
Hydrogenation of alkenes, a reduction…
Hydrogenation of alkynes
Rxn of alkenes with KMnO4- a oxidation…
Rxyn with OsO4- an oxidation reaction
Pd-C is a catalyst... you add hydrogens to the double bond... this…
you can use Pd-C and H2 to convert alkyne to alkene.... Lindlar…
If you add potassium permanganate, H2O, and NaOH ... you can pro…
you produce the same product, a vicinal diol through syn addi…
Hydrogenation of alkenes, a reduction…
Pd-C is a catalyst... you add hydrogens to the double bond... this…
Hydrogenation of alkynes
you can use Pd-C and H2 to convert alkyne to alkene.... Lindlar…
11 terms
Oxidation and reduction
redox
oxidation
reduction
OILRIG
general term for reactions or processes involving oxidation a…
Definition 1: species gaining oxygen or losing hydrogen... Defin…
Definition 1: species losing oxygen or gaining hydrogen... Defin…
Way to remember the electron definition of redox - Oxidation…
redox
general term for reactions or processes involving oxidation a…
oxidation
Definition 1: species gaining oxygen or losing hydrogen... Defin…
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Oxidation and antioxidation
Warburg effect
Cancer cells are over reliant on glyco…
Reactive oxygen species
Oxidation reaction
In hypoxic conditions, normal cells break down glucose to pyr…
Even in aerobic conditions, glycolysis is the major end point…
Superoxide O2-... Peroxide O22+ as in H2O2... Hydroxide radical OH…
a reaction that results in a loss of electron density by carb…
Warburg effect
In hypoxic conditions, normal cells break down glucose to pyr…
Cancer cells are over reliant on glyco…
Even in aerobic conditions, glycolysis is the major end point…
Oxidation and Reduction
redox
oxidation
reduction
OILRIG
general term for reactions or processes involving oxidation a…
Definition 1: species gaining oxygen or losing hydrogen... Defin…
Definition 1: species losing oxygen or gaining hydrogen... Defin…
Way to remember the electron definition of redox - Oxidation…
redox
general term for reactions or processes involving oxidation a…
oxidation
Definition 1: species gaining oxygen or losing hydrogen... Defin…
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B Oxidation
Step A
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Fatty acid to fatty acyl-CoA
Palmitoyl-CoA to Enoyl-CoA
Enoyl-CoA to Hydroxy-acyl-CoA
Hydroxy-acyl-CoA to B-ketoacyl-CoA
Step A
Fatty acid to fatty acyl-CoA
Step 1
Palmitoyl-CoA to Enoyl-CoA
11 terms
Oxidation and Reduction
redox
oxidation
reduction
OILRIG
general term for reactions or processes involving oxidation a…
Definition 1: species gaining oxygen or losing hydrogen... Defin…
Definition 1: species losing oxygen or gaining hydrogen... Defin…
Way to remember the electron definition of redox - Oxidation…
redox
general term for reactions or processes involving oxidation a…
oxidation
Definition 1: species gaining oxygen or losing hydrogen... Defin…
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Hydrolysis and Oxidation
principal physiochemical parameters
physiochemical parameters determine
chemical reactions in pharmaceuticals
dielectric constant
1. aqueous solubility... 2. lipophilicity... 3. pKa
1. bioavailability... 2. biopharmaceutical classification... 3. for…
acyl transfer reactions, oxidation, nucleophilic substitution…
strength of polarity
principal physiochemical parameters
1. aqueous solubility... 2. lipophilicity... 3. pKa
physiochemical parameters determine
1. bioavailability... 2. biopharmaceutical classification... 3. for…
Lipid oxidation
what is the basic overview of lipid di…
pancreatic lipase
colipase
how are lipids absorbed after hydrolysis
1. fats enter from the stomach... 2. bile salts, lecithin and ch…
enzyme used in fat hydrolysis. produces fatty acids and a mon…
a protein that binds to the surface of the lipid droplet; req…
fatty acids and monoglycerides pass through the wall of the S…
what is the basic overview of lipid di…
1. fats enter from the stomach... 2. bile salts, lecithin and ch…
pancreatic lipase
enzyme used in fat hydrolysis. produces fatty acids and a mon…
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oxidation & phosphorylation
How many ATP can we get through ox phos
Inner mitochondrial membrane
How many protein complexes are in the…
Where does NADH pass it's e
30 atp
Very impermeable, ATP, Pyruvate, NADH must be actively transp…
4, only 3 pump H's. ... Named in Roman numerals 1-4.
Complex I, NADH oxidoreductase
How many ATP can we get through ox phos
30 atp
Inner mitochondrial membrane
Very impermeable, ATP, Pyruvate, NADH must be actively transp…
Oxidation and reduction
oxidation
reduction
oxidation agent
reducing agent
loss of electron from an atom
gain of electrons by an atom
compound that gain electrons (is reduced) while causing anoth…
compound that loses electrons (is oxidized) while causing ano…
oxidation
loss of electron from an atom
reduction
gain of electrons by an atom
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Oxidation State?
Ag: 0
Ag: +1
Ca: +2, F: -1
H: +1, S: -2
Ag
Ag+
Ag: 0
Ag
Ag: +1
Ag+
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Fatty acid oxidation (B-oxidation)
what determines (Tm) melting point of…
how is fatty acid activated? where
what is the driving force for FA activ…
How is FA transported into the mitocho…
increased melting temp with:... -longer chain... -less double bonds…
-FA is activated by FA+ ATP--> FA-AMP +PPi--> pyrophosphate i…
-inorganic pyrophosphatase enzyme
-FA-Coa cannot go into mito without help... -CAT I: uses carn…
what determines (Tm) melting point of…
increased melting temp with:... -longer chain... -less double bonds…
how is fatty acid activated? where
-FA is activated by FA+ ATP--> FA-AMP +PPi--> pyrophosphate i…
10 terms
Reduction-Oxidation
Basic Notes
LEO
GER
Determining Spontaneity
Simultaneous... Due to competition for e⁻... Never in double replac…
lose electrons oxidation
gain electrons reduction
Use Table J... If LEO is higher up than GER, reaction is spontan…
Basic Notes
Simultaneous... Due to competition for e⁻... Never in double replac…
LEO
lose electrons oxidation
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Oxidation & Reduktion
Oxidation
Reduktion
Redox-Reaktion
Oxid
...ist ein (chem.) Vorgang, bei dem sich ein Stoff mit Sauers…
...ist ein (chem.) Vorgang, bei dem Sauerstoff entzogen wird.
Oxidation und Reduktion finden immer gleichzeitig statt.
Produkt einer Oxidation
Oxidation
...ist ein (chem.) Vorgang, bei dem sich ein Stoff mit Sauers…
Reduktion
...ist ein (chem.) Vorgang, bei dem Sauerstoff entzogen wird.
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Hydrolysis and Oxidation
What are the major drug degradation me…
What is Hydrolysis?
What is an ester bond?
What is an amide bond?
∙Hydrolysis... ∙Oxidation... ∙Photolysis... ∙Trace Metal Catalysis
A reaction involving the breaking of a bond in a molecule usi…
In combination of an amine group and carboxyl acid
What are the major drug degradation me…
∙Hydrolysis... ∙Oxidation... ∙Photolysis... ∙Trace Metal Catalysis
What is Hydrolysis?
A reaction involving the breaking of a bond in a molecule usi…
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