Tutor profile: Rockwell P.
Subject: Organic Chemistry
Why is an SN1 reaction considerably slower than an SN2 reaction in reference to kinetics?
In an SN1 reaction, a carbocation must first be formed which is considered the rate determining step. This does not occur in an SN2 reaction which is why it is much faster.
Rank the three major inter molecular forces by strength from greatest to least.
Dipole, Hydrogen bonds, van Der Waals
Describe why the folding of the cristae is vital to the structure of the mitochondra.
By having the membrane folded inside, this maximizes surface area allowing more membrane proteins to be present. This maximizes ATP output.
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