Biochem 200 Mazes

The Biochem200 Mazes represent the beginning of a Biochem200 Semester Pak. These mazes will seriously test your knowledge of pH, pK, and the 20 amino acids that make life possible (200.1 and 200.2). Biochem200.3 tackles reaction energetics and kinetics--and is also not for the faint of heart! We anticipate adding to this collection in the coming months.
Author: Prof. Kirsten Fertuck, Northeastern University
Chemistry - Biochem 200
  • 1.
    Biochem 200.1 - logs, pH and pKa

    First Maze in Biochem200 Semester Pak. To prep, first try Chem101 and Bio101 Semester Paks. Biochem 200.1 includes basic Log Primer. By Kirsten Fertuck, NU.

    Biochem 200.1 - logs, pH and pKa

    First Maze in Biochem200 Semester Pak. To prep, first try Chem101 and Bio101 Semester Paks. Biochem 200.1 includes basic Log Primer. By Kirsten Fertuck, NU.

    2.
    Biochem 200.2 Amino Acids

    Covers the Amino Acids from A to Z (well, technically from A to V). You will be a better Biochemist if you first complete our Chem101 and Bio101 Semester Paks.

    Biochem 200.2 Amino Acids

    Covers the Amino Acids from A to Z (well, technically from A to V). You will be a better Biochemist if you first complete our Chem101 and Bio101 Semester Paks.

    3.
    Biochem 200.3 Enzyme Kinetics

    This enzyme kinetics maze, by Dr. Kirsten Fertuck, features essential thermodynamic principles. You can also try Chem101.9 Maze, which covers Entropy and Gibbs Free Energy!

    Biochem 200.3 Enzyme Kinetics

    This enzyme kinetics maze, by Dr. Kirsten Fertuck, features essential thermodynamic principles. You can also try Chem101.9 Maze, which covers Entropy and Gibbs Free Energy!

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