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– [Voiceover] I don’t think it’s any secret to anyone that water is essential to life. Most of the biological, or actually in fact all of the significant biological processes in your body are dependent on water and are probably occurring inside of water. When you think of cells in your body, the cytoplasm inside

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– [Voiceover] When we study science it’s natural to just categorize a whole series of things as just being really really unimaginably small. So when people say, hey atomic scale, or molecular scale, or protein, or cell, you often just group that together and say oh, those are really really really really small things. But

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– [Voiceover] Let’s study the molecular structure of triglycerides. And in everyday language we often call these fats. We often call these fats. Which is often kind of a feared word but as we’ll see it’s essential for life. Fats in a liquid form is sometimes referred to as oils. And a more technical term

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– [Voiceover] I have two water molecules right over here, and typically the water molecules, as they interact with each other, they form these hydrogen bonds that’s due to the polarity of the water molecule. We’ve talked a lot about that, they slide past each other, these hydrogen bonds give them all these neat properties

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To us modern folk, we tend to take for granted the existence of cells and the idea that all living things are made up of cells that we as human beings, as living organisms, we are made up of many, many, many cells the estimates of the cells, of the human body, are around the

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