• Penicillin resistant bacteria?

    What linkage does of the Beta-lactam ring does penicillin resistant bacteria cleave to?
    What linkage does of the Beta-lactam ring does penicillin resistant bacteria cleave to?
    Biology · 4 days ago
  • 37. Pencillin resistant bacteria cleaves which of the following linkage of the β- lactam ring?

    a. α- 1,2 linkage b. α- 1,4 linkage c. β- 1,2 linkage d. β- 1,4 linkage
    a. α- 1,2 linkage b. α- 1,4 linkage c. β- 1,2 linkage d. β- 1,4 linkage
    1 answer · Biology · 4 days ago
  • UV light cannot penetrate through which of the following?

    a. Glass b. Water c. Plastic d. All of the above
    a. Glass b. Water c. Plastic d. All of the above
    2 answers · Chemistry · 4 days ago
  • Rh factor question?

    Would it be genetically possible for two parents with type A+ blood to have a child with O- blood? Why or why not?
    Would it be genetically possible for two parents with type A+ blood to have a child with O- blood? Why or why not?
    2 answers · Biology · 2 weeks ago
  • A strong selective pressure (like very cold water) can?

    a. Cause individuals with an advantageous mutation to have a reproductive advantage b. Cause mutations c. Cause individuals to evolve d. Cause the environment to change
    a. Cause individuals with an advantageous mutation to have a reproductive advantage b. Cause mutations c. Cause individuals to evolve d. Cause the environment to change
    3 answers · Biology · 3 weeks ago
  • Differential and selective medium?

    If your child is complaining of stomach cramps and has watery stools and has been vomiting for several hours, for precautionary reasons, what differential and selective medium do you request your child's stools to be tested on when arriving at the E.R?
    If your child is complaining of stomach cramps and has watery stools and has been vomiting for several hours, for precautionary reasons, what differential and selective medium do you request your child's stools to be tested on when arriving at the E.R?
    1 answer · Gender Studies · 1 month ago
  • Contributions to Roth IRA?

    If I were to retire at age 60 (obviously this is after the age I'd need to be in order to have access to my returns/contributions- 59.5 years) and take money out of my Roth IRA at age 62 would my tax bracket technically be 0 since I have no income? If so, would it be better to put my money in a Roth IRA or a traditional IRA?
    If I were to retire at age 60 (obviously this is after the age I'd need to be in order to have access to my returns/contributions- 59.5 years) and take money out of my Roth IRA at age 62 would my tax bracket technically be 0 since I have no income? If so, would it be better to put my money in a Roth IRA or a traditional IRA?
    4 answers · Personal Finance · 2 months ago
  • Sentence structure?

    Does this sentence sound better written as: "Behind the doors that countless worrisome patients and their families enter, miracles happen." or " Behind the doors that countless worrisome patients and their families enter miracles happen." Also, do you have any ideas on making this sentence sound less awkward?
    Does this sentence sound better written as: "Behind the doors that countless worrisome patients and their families enter, miracles happen." or " Behind the doors that countless worrisome patients and their families enter miracles happen." Also, do you have any ideas on making this sentence sound less awkward?
    3 answers · Words & Wordplay · 7 months ago
  • Finding number of moles of HCN in a cylinder.?

    How many moles of HCN are present in a 67.0 L cylinder at 25.0C that is registering a pressure of 742 mm Hg? Please include your work.
    How many moles of HCN are present in a 67.0 L cylinder at 25.0C that is registering a pressure of 742 mm Hg? Please include your work.
    1 answer · Chemistry · 7 months ago
  • Effect adding a base to a solution.?

    Consider the following generalized buffer solution equilibrium: BH+(aq) + H2O(l) H3O+(aq) + B(aq) When a small amount of a strong base such as sodium hydroxide is added to the solution, B would have an increase in concentration. Explain why. (Hint:Use Le Chatelier's principle.)
    Consider the following generalized buffer solution equilibrium: BH+(aq) + H2O(l) H3O+(aq) + B(aq) When a small amount of a strong base such as sodium hydroxide is added to the solution, B would have an increase in concentration. Explain why. (Hint:Use Le Chatelier's principle.)
    1 answer · Chemistry · 7 months ago
  • Decay of Americium-241?

    What is the balanced nuclear equation for the decay of americium−241? Please use nuclear symbols.
    What is the balanced nuclear equation for the decay of americium−241? Please use nuclear symbols.
    2 answers · Chemistry · 8 months ago
  • Finding vol of argon gas at STP?

    A sample of argon (Ar) gas occupies 65.0 mL at 22.0°C and 692 torr. What is the volume of this Ar gas at STP?
    A sample of argon (Ar) gas occupies 65.0 mL at 22.0°C and 692 torr. What is the volume of this Ar gas at STP?
    2 answers · Chemistry · 9 months ago
  • What is the oxidation and reduction half-reactions for the following equation.?

    Mg + Sn2+ → Mg2+ + Sn
    Mg + Sn2+ → Mg2+ + Sn
    2 answers · Chemistry · 10 months ago
  • Percent yield of decane if the actual yield is 96.5 g.?

    Enter your answer in the provided box. Various members of a class of compounds, alkenes, react with hydrogen to produce a corresponding alkane. Termed hydrogenation, this type of reaction is used to produce products such as margarine. A typical hydrogenation reaction is: C10H20 + H2-->C10H22 What is the percent yield of decane if the actual... show more
    Enter your answer in the provided box. Various members of a class of compounds, alkenes, react with hydrogen to produce a corresponding alkane. Termed hydrogenation, this type of reaction is used to produce products such as margarine. A typical hydrogenation reaction is: C10H20 + H2-->C10H22 What is the percent yield of decane if the actual yield of product produced was 96.5 g? Assume that decene is in excess and there is 2.00 g of hydrogen in the reaction.
    2 answers · Chemistry · 10 months ago
  • Number of grams produced by 6.84 mol ethanol?

    Fermentation is a critical step in the process of winemaking. The reaction is C6H12O6(Glucose) --->2CH3CH2OH (Ethanol) Calculate the number of g of ethanol produced from the fermentation of 6.84 mol of glucose in scientific notation.
    Fermentation is a critical step in the process of winemaking. The reaction is C6H12O6(Glucose) --->2CH3CH2OH (Ethanol) Calculate the number of g of ethanol produced from the fermentation of 6.84 mol of glucose in scientific notation.
    1 answer · Chemistry · 10 months ago
  • Mass of Avagadros number of Sulfur?

    Calculate the mass, in grams, of Avogadro's number of sulfur atoms.
    Calculate the mass, in grams, of Avogadro's number of sulfur atoms.
    2 answers · Chemistry · 10 months ago
  • Calculating mass of 5.00 x 10^6 atoms of Au?

    After completing the calculation I got 1.64 x10^31 but I later found out that the correct answer is actuall 1.64 x 10^-15 . Can somebody explain why the second answer is correct?
    After completing the calculation I got 1.64 x10^31 but I later found out that the correct answer is actuall 1.64 x 10^-15 . Can somebody explain why the second answer is correct?
    2 answers · Chemistry · 10 months ago