B03 - Organic Chemestry at Medizinische Universität Wien

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Name all essential amino acids!

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What's the difference between Diastomeres and Enantiomeres? 

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How is a hemiacetal made? 

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How is a Hemiketal made? 

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Whats the difference between Pyranose & Furanose? 

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Whats the difference between Fructose and Glucose? 

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Fructose forms both: Pyranose- and Furanoserings. When does which form dominate? 

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Name the general formula of Monosaccharides 

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Whats the difference between an alpha- and a beta linked Monosaccharide? 

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What are isomeres? 

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Name the most important Disaccharides and their components! 

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How is a glycosidic bound produced? 

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Name all essential amino acids!

  • Threonine 
  • Methionine 
  • Lysine 
  • Valine 
  • Leucine 
  • Isoleucine 
  • Histidine
  • Phenylalanine 
  • Tryptophan 


PVT TIM HALL 

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What's the difference between Diastomeres and Enantiomeres? 

Enantiomere = Mirroring 

Diastomere = gleicher Konstitution aber unterschiedlicher Konfiguration



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How is a hemiacetal made? 

Aldehyde + Alkohol --> Hemiacetal 

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How is a Hemiketal made? 

Ketone + Alcohol --> Hemiketal 


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Whats the difference between Pyranose & Furanose? 

Pyranose: 6-Ring mit 1 O 

Furanose: 5-Ring mit 1 O

B03 - Organic Chemestry

Whats the difference between Fructose and Glucose? 

Glucose = Aldose 

Fructose = Ketose 

B03 - Organic Chemestry

Fructose forms both: Pyranose- and Furanoserings. When does which form dominate? 

  • Pyranose dominates when fructose in free solution 
  • Furanose dominates in many fructose derivatives 

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Name the general formula of Monosaccharides 

(CH2O)n 

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Whats the difference between an alpha- and a beta linked Monosaccharide? 

alpha: OH-group (on the C carrying the Aldo/Keto) facing downwards

beta: OH-group (on the Ca carrying the Aldo/Keto) facing upwards 

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What are isomeres? 

E.g. Glucose, Galactose & Mannose have the same formula (C6H12O6) but they differ in the arrangement of groups around the carbon atoms; 

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Name the most important Disaccharides and their components! 

  • Maltose (Glucose + Glucose) 
  • Lactose (Glucose + Galactose) 
  • Sucrose (Glucose + Fructose) 

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How is a glycosidic bound produced? 

Dehydration between C1 and C4 

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