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Here we provide at a very high level some principles that drive (explain) chemical reactions. Bonding, valance, and catalysis are fundamental factors. The terms and concepts that follow de ne some of the key (empirical) mechanisms and concepts involved in chemical process and reactions [83]: Empirical formula Formula that shows which elements are present in a compound, with their mole ratios indicated as subscripts. For example, the empirical formula of glucose is CH2O, which means that for every mole of carbon in the compound, there are 2 moles of hydrogen and one mole of oxygen. Law of conservation of mass This law states that there is no change in total mass during a chemical change. The demonstration of conservation of mass by Antoine Lavoisier in the late-18th century was a milestone in the development of modern chemistry. Law of de nite proportions This law states that when two pure substances react to form a compound, they do so in a de nite proportion by mass. For example, when water is formed from the reaction between hydrogen and oxygen, the de nite proportion is 1 g of H for every 8 g of O. Law of multiple proportions This law states that when one element can combine with another to form more than one compound, the mass ratios of the elements in the compounds are simple whole-number ratios of each other. For example, in CO and in CO2, the oxygen-to-carbon ratios are 16 : 12 and 32 : 12, respectively. Note that the second ratio is exactly twice the rst, because there are exactly twice as many oxygen atoms in CO2 per carbon as there are in CO. Molecular formula Notation that indicates the type and number of atoms in a molecule. The molecular formula of glucose is C6H12O6, which indicates that a molecule of glucose contains 6 atoms of carbon, 12 atoms of hydrogen, and 6 atoms of oxygen. Molecular model (also called stick model, ball-and-stick model, space- lling model) Graphical representation of a molecule. The model can be purely computational or it can be an actual physical object. Stick models show bonds, balland-stick models show bonds and atoms, and space- lling models show relative atomic sizes. Stoichiometry Branch of chemistry that quantitatively relates amounts of elements and compounds involved in chemical reactions, based on the law of conservation of mass and the law of de nite proportions. (Also it can refer to the ratios of atoms in a compound or to the ratios of moles of compounds in a reaction.) Structural formula Diagram that shows how the atoms in a molecule are bonded together. Atoms are represented by their element symbols and covalent bonds are represented by lines. The symbol for carbon is often not drawn. Most structural formulas do not show the actual shape of the molecule (they are like oor plans that show the layout but not the 3D shape of a house).
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Fat tissue comprises two types: white adipose tissue (WAT), the body s main energy store, and brown adipose tissue (BAT), specialised for heat production (thermogenesis). WAT comprises 15 20% of body weight in normal-weight adults, and its stored triglyceride contains about 7,000 kcal of energy per kg. White adipocytes are derived from mesenchymal stem cells via lipoblasts and preadipocytes. Specific transcription factors guide differentiation and the expression of key receptors, enzymes and adipokines during maturation. Mature adipocytes cannot proliferate; numbers increase (hyperplasia) by differentiation of local or immigrant preadipocytes. Adipocytes comprise 60 70% of cells in WAT, the remaining stroma-vascular fraction (SVF) including fat precursors, immune cells and blood vessels. Mature adipocytes range from 20 200 m in diameter, and have a single (unilocular) large lipid droplet, sparse mitochondria and a compressed peripheral nucleus. WAT occurs in specific depots in subcutaneous (80% of total fat) and internal sites. Fat distribution varies among ethnic groups, and with various diseases (lipodystrophies, Cushing syndrome) and drugs (glucocorticoids, protease inhibitors). In obesity, ectopic lipid deposition occurs in liver, muscle and heart. Visceral fat, typically prominent in males, is more strongly associated with cardiovascular and metabolic disease than the gluteo-femoral deposition characteristic of women. Possible reasons include regional differences in production of adipokines (e.g. leptin and adiponectin, which both enhance insulin sensitivity) and the adverse metabolic effects (impaired glucose metabolism, increased hepatic triglyceride secretion) of FFA released from visceral fat into the portal circulation. Lipogenesis (triglyceride synthesis and storage) in the adipocyte is almost all derived from FFA (taken up from the circulation or cleaved from circulating triglyceride by lipoprotein lipase) and glycerol-3-phoosphate (derived from glucose). Lipogenesis is strongly stimulated at several levels by insulin. Lipolysis (hydrolysis of triglyceride) releases FFA and glycerol. Rate-limiting steps involve hormone-sensitive lipase (HSL) and other lipases, which are powerfully stimulated by catcholamines (via -adrenoceptors), natriuretic peptides and growth hormone, and strongly inhibited by insulin. TNF- , a potent lipolytic agent, interferes with insulin signalling. Perilipin, a protein coating lipid storage droplets, also regulates lipolysis by inhibiting HSL. Adipokines are specific cytokines secreted by adipose tissue (by adipocytes and/or SVF cells). Leptin inhibits feeding, mobilises intracellular triglyceride and improves insulin sensitivity; mutations that disable leptin production or signalling cause hyperphagia, obesity and insulin resistance, while obese subjects may develop leptin resistance . Adiponectin, whose levels fall paradoxically in obesity, enhances insulin sensitivity (possibly, like leptin, by stimulating AMP-activated kinase) and protects against atheroma formation. Other adipokines include resistin, apelin and interleukins (produced by SVF immune cells). BAT adipocytes are derived from specific myogenic precursors and can also transdifferentiate from white adipocytes under catecholamine stimulation. They contain numerous (multilocular) small lipid droplets and mitochondria (whose cytochromes produce the brown colour), and a rounded nucleus. BAT is present at birth in mammals and in rodents, persists throughout life in large interscapular, mediastinal and perirenal depots; it rapidly involutes in humans, although small but metabolically active foci of BAT may survive. Thermogenesis in BAT comes from oxidation of FFA, with production of heat rather than ATP by a specific uncoupling protein (UCP-1) which short-circuits the mitochondrial proton gradient. BAT thermogenesis is stimulated by the sympathetic nervous system and catecholamines, acting via the 3 adrenoceptor.
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An NIC card is a piece of hardware with electrical capabilities of sending intelligent ACRONYM ALERT electrical signals to another NIC card on the same network. The intelligence is contained ICMP Internet Control Message Protocol within the bits and order that it places over the network medium, which in a lot of cases is wire based but may also be either ber or air, in the case of wireless networking. The NIC contains registers and buffer space where the data and network control signals from the computer operating system are written to while sending packets to or reading packets from the network medium. Figure 8-9 shows a block diagram of a generic NIC. The diagram in Figure 8-9 is a representation of the basics of any type of NIC card. It is drawn to indicate that the card is capable of full-duplex operation because it contains both send and receive paths that are independent from one another, which would allow for simultaneous receive and transmit capability. To send a frame, the computer operating system needs to communicate with the card. Since these cards are functionally the same, the method used to communicate with a network interface is xed by the operating system s developer. It is up to the card manufacturer to either manufacture the card so it can be installed in a computer using generic N driver software or provide a tailored driver that would perform this function. Hardware interface software drivers26 are the link between operating system and the actual network hardware. Reviewing the block diagram, the computer bus interface component has to adhere to the architecture of the bus structure used within the computer. There have been many bus structures used since the spawning of PCs. In the earlier days, many were proprietary designs. As the industry evolved so did bus standards. One of the earlier standards was S-100, and cards of this type can be found in computer museums and in the cellars of computer a cionados. With IBM s development of the IBM-PC, the bus standard that was rapidly adopted was ISA (Industry Standard Architecture). As computer capabilities began to expand so too did the bus architecture. The next evolution of the bus was the Extended ISA card or, simply, EISA card. Today s bus standard is PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect). So a network card or any sort of peripheral card needs the capability to be inserted into the internal bus of the computer it is being installed in.
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