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 06-24-2010, 12:18 PM #1 Senior Member     Status: Pre-Medical Join Date: May 2010 Location: Madison Ave, NYC Posts: 578 Exam Krackers Audio Osmosis Track List with Errata SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Found this online, thought it would be useful for some of you. Reformatted it a bit. Hope this helps. -Don __________________________________________________ ________ MCAT Audio Osmosis Track List with Errata CD 1 Category 1: Intro 01-Intro 02-How to 03-Other 04-The MCAT Category 2: Physics 05- Five Step System 06- Vectors and Scalars 07- Component Vectors, Trigonometry, & Triangles 08- Translational Motion Conceptually 09- Translational Motion Application 10- Vertical Projectile Motion 11- Distance Traveled 12- Translational Motion Formulas 13- Example in Projectile Motion 14- Air Resistance 15- Mass & Weight 16- Rotational Inertia 17- Summary of Mass & Weight 18- Center of Mass 19- The Four Forces of Nature 20- Types of Contact Forces 21- Newton's Laws of Motion 22- Newton's First Law 23- Newton's Second Law 24- Newton's Third Law 25- Explanation of Horse & Cart 26- Newton's Law of Gravity 27- Why Objects Appear to Float in Orbit 28- Centripetal Acceleration 29- Radius of Curvature 30- Centripetal Force 31- Inclined Planes 32- Friction 33- Static & Kinetic Friction 34- Formulas for Friction 35- When Does Friction Oppose Motion 36- Tension 37- Hooke's Law CD 2 CONTINUED: Disc 2-01- Equilibrium Disc 2-02- Equilibrium Example Disc 2-03- Non-Equilibrium Disc 2-04- Non-Equilibrium Example Disc 2-05- Torque Disc 2-06- Example of Torque Disc 2-07- Energy Disc 2-08- Types of Energy Disc 2-09- Gravitational Potential Energy Disc 2-10- Elastic Potential Energy Disc 2-11- Systems Disc 2-12- The First Law of Thermodynamics Disc 2-13- Work vs. Heat Disc 2-14- Work Disc 2-15- Another Formula for Work Disc 2-16- Conservative Forces Disc 2-17- Work & Conservative Forces Disc 2-18- Friction & Work Disc 2-19- Power Disc 2-20- Momentum vs. Inertia Disc 2-21- Momentum Defined Disc 2-22- Elastic vs. Inelastic Collisions Disc 2-23- Collision Example Disc 2-24- Solving Collision Problems Disc 2-25- Reverse Collisions Disc 2-26- Impulse Disc 2-27- The Reason for Machines Disc 2-28- How Machines Work Disc 2-29- Ramps Disc 2-30- Levers Disc 2-31- Pulleys Disc 2-32- HalfLife Disc 2-33- Alpha Particles Disc 2-34- Beta Decay Disc 2-35- Positron Emission Disc 2-36- Electron Capture Disc 2-37- Gamma Rays & Annihilation Disc 2-38- EMC2 Disc 2-39- Fission & Fusion CD 3 CONTINUED: Disc 3-01- The Nature of Fluids Disc 3-02- Intensive & Extensive Properties Disc 3-03- Density & Specific Gravity Disc 3-04- The Concept of Pressure Disc 3-05- Units of Pressure Disc 3-06- Fluids at Rest Disc 3-07- Gauge Pressure Disc 3-08- Pascal's Principle Disc 3-09- A Hydraulic Lift Disc 3-10- Archimedes Principle Disc 3-11- The Buoyant Force Disc 3-12- Fluids in Motion Disc 3-13- Ideal Fluids Disc 3-14- The Continuity Equation Disc 3-15- Bernoulli's Equation Disc 3-16- Non-Ideal Fluids Disc 3-17- Surface Tension CD #3 Track 17: The terms 'cohesive' and 'adhesive' are reversed when Jordan says: "The cohesive forces of water to glass are greater than the adhesive forces of water to water. The cohesive forces can cause a water column to climb the glass of a thin test tube. This is called capillary action. If the adhesive forces are stronger than the cohesive forces, like mercury in a glass test tube, the miniscus is convexed and will be pulled downward in a thin test tube." He should have said: "The adhesive forces of water to glass are greater than the cohesive forces of water to water. The adhesive forces can cause a water column to climb the glass of a thin test tube. This is called capillary action. If the cohesive forces are stronger than the adhesive forces, like mercury in a glass test tube, the miniscus is convexed and will be pulled downward in a thin test tube." All other references to cohesive and adhesive are correct. Cohesive forces are the forces between molecules within the fluid, such as water-to-water forces. Adhesive forces are the forces between the molecules of the fluid and the container, such as water-to-glass. Disc 3-18- Stress & Strain Disc 3-19- Modulus of Elasticity Disc 3-20- Thermal Expansion Disc 3-21- Wave Characteristics Disc 3-22- Velocity of a Wave Disc 3-23- Surface Waves Disc 3-24- Intensity Disc 3-25- Wave Phase Disc 3-26- Beat Frequency Disc 3-27- Standing Wave Disc 3-28- Simple Harmonic Motion CD 4 Physics Lecture 7: Electricity and Magnetism Track 1: Electric Charge Track 2: Electrostatic Force Track 3: Derivations from Newtonās and Coulombās Law Track 4: Fields and Lines of Force CD #4 Track 2: Coulomb's law constant is 8.9x10 to the positive 9 not negative 9. Track 5: An Electric Dipole Track 6: Resistivity Track 7: Movement of Charge Track 8: Circuits Track 9: Capacitors Track 10: Energy of a Capacitor Track 11: Circuit Elements Track 12: Solving Circuits Track 13: Power Track 14: AC Current Track 15: Magnetism Physics Lecture 8: Light and Optics Track 16: Electromagnetic Waves Track 17: Light Track 18: Geometric Optics CD #4 Track 18: When discussing the critical angle Jordan says "If the light is moving from a lower index of refraction to a higher index of refraction..." Total internal reflection occurs when light tries to move from a medium with a HIGH index of refraction to a medium with a LOW index of refraction and the angle of incidence is so great that all the light is reflected back into the high indexed medium. In the same discussion, Jon says "The larger index of refraction must be on the top of the ratio." when solving for the critical angle with Snell's law. The opposite is true. The larger index of refraction must be on the bottom of the ratio, so that the ratio is a fraction less than one. Track 19: Chromatic Dispersion Track 20: Diffraction Track 21: Images Track 22: Types of Lenses and Mirrors Track 23: Radius of Curvature Track 24: Focal Points Track 25: Power Track 26: Ray Diagrams Track 27: Magnification Track 28: The Thin Lens Equation Track 29: A System for Optics Track 30: Double Lens Systems CD 5 Verbal Reasoning Track 1: Why Verbal Reasoning is on the MCAT Track 2: What Kind Improvement Can I Expect Track 3: The Structure of the Verbal Reasoning Section Track 4: Verbal Strategy Part 1: Energy Track 5: Verbal Strategy Part 2: Focus Track 6: Verbal Strategy Part 3: Confidence Track 7: Verbal Strategy Part 4: Timing CD #5 Track #7: Stand alone timers are no longer allowed on the MCAT. You are limited to a watch. Track 8: Verbal Tactics Part 1: The Five Second Break Track 9: Verbal Tactics Part 2: Read Every Word Track 10: Verbal Tactics Part 3: The Main Idea Track 11: Verbal Tactics Part 4: The Four Tools to Find the Answer Track 12: Tool 1: Going Back to the Passage Track 13: Tool 2: The Main Idea Track 14: Tools 3 & 4: The Question Stems and Answer Choices Chemistry Lecture 1: Atoms, Molecules, and Quantum Mechanics Track 15: Atomic Structure Track 16: Elements and Isotopes Track 17: Avogadroās Number and the AMU Track 18: The Periodic Table Track 19: The Periodic Trends Track 20: Ionization Energy Track 21: Electronegativity and Electron Affinity Track 22: Bonds Track 23: Empirical and Molecular Formulas Track 24: Reactions Track 25: The Structure of Solids Track 26: Quantum Mechanics Track 27: Quantum Numbers Track 28: The First Quantum Number Track 29: The Second Quantum Number Track 30: The Third Quantum Number Track 31: The Fourth Quantum Number Track 32: The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle Track 33: The Aufbau principle Track 34: Degenerate Orbitals Track 35: Hundās Rule Track 36: Planckās Quantum Theory Track 37: The Photoelectric Effect Track 38: Electron Configurations Chemistry Lecture 2: Gases, Kinetics, and Chemical Equilibrium Track 39: Ideal Gas and Kinetic Molecular Theory Track 40: No Volume Track 41: No Attractive Forces Track 42: Elastic Collisions Track 43: Temperature and Kinetic Energy Track 44: The Ideal Gas Law Track 45: Standard Molecular Volume Track 46: Daltonās Law Track 47: Temperature and Molecular Kinetic Energy Track 48: Effusion and Diffusion Track 49: Real Gas Behavior Track 50: Reaction Kinetics Track 51: The Collision Model CD 6 Chemistry Lecture 2 continued Track 1: The Arrhenius Equation Track 2: The Rate Law Track 3: Exponents in the Rate Law Track 4: Catalysts Track 5: Chemical Equilibrium CD #6 Track 5: Jon says "The equilibrium expression changes with temperature, but is not affected by a catalyst or by concentrations." He should have said "The equilibrium CONSTANT changes with temperature, but the EQUILIBRIUM EXPRESSION does not. Neither the equilibrium expression nor the equilibrium constant is affected by a catalyst or by concentrations. " Track 6: LeChatelierās Principle Track 7: The Reaction Quotient Chemistry Lecture 3: Thermodynamics Track 8: What is Thermodynamics Track 9: Isolated Systems Track 10: Closed Systems Track 11: Open Systems Track 12: The First Law of Thermodynamics Track 13: Conduction Track 14: Convection Track 15: Radiation CD #6 track #15: Jordan says that the net heat transfer rate is proportional to... ...the temperature difference between the body and the environment raised to the fourth power. net heat transfer = sigma*epsilon*A*(T^4 - Te^4). The net heat transfer is actually proportional to T^4 - Te^4) NOT (T-Te)^4 At low temperture differences, Newton's law of cooling says that the rate of cooling of a body is approximately proportional to the temperature difference between the body and the environment. Track 16: Work Track 17: The Second Law of Thermodynamics Track 18: State Functions Track 19: Internal Energy Track 20: Temperature Track 21: The Third Law of Thermodynamics Track 22: Enthalpy Track 23: Standard State and Heat of Formation Track 24: Heat of Reaction Track 25: Endothermicity and Exothermicity Track 26: Energy Diagrams Track 27: Entropy Track 28: Equations for Entropy Track 29: Gibbs Energy Track 30: Gibbs Energy Formula Chemistry Lecture 4: Solutions Track 31: What is a Solution Track 32: Types of Solutions Track 33: Colloids Track 34: Solvation Track 35: Ions Track 36: Units of Concentration Track 37: Solution Formation Track 38: Vapor Pressure Track 39: Raoultās Law Track 40: Deviations to Raoultās Law Track 41: Solubility Track 42: The Solubility Product Track 43: Spectator Ions and the Common Ion Effect Track 44: Solubilities Track 45: Solubility Factors Chemistry Lecture 5: Heat Capacity, Phase Change, and Colligative Properties Track 46: Phases Track 47: Heat Capacity Track 48: Specific Heat Track 49: Calorimeter CD 7 Chemistry Lecture 5 continued Track 1: Heat Curves Track 2: Thermodynamics of Phase Change CD #7 Track 2: While discussing melting Jon says "It is interesting to relate thermodynamics to the heat curve... ...But the enthalpy change is NEGATIVE" Jon should have said "It is interesting to relate thermodynamics to the heat curve... ...But the enthalpy change is POSITIVE" Both enthalpy change and entropy change are positive during melting. Everything else in the track still applies. If both entropy and enthalpy change are positive, delta G depends upon temperature. Track 3: Phase Diagrams Track 4: Colligative Properties Track 5: Boiling Point Elevation Track 6: Freezing Point Depression Track 7: Osmotic Pressure Chemistry Lecture 6: Acids and Bases Track 8: Definitions CD #7 Track #8: Jordan says "Lewis acids: donate; bases: accept." This is backwards. Lewis acids accept a pair of electrons and Lewis bases donate a pair of electrons. Track 9: The Hydronium Ion Track 10: Acid Strength and pH CD #7 track #10: Jordan says that the pH of a solution with a hydrogen ion concentration of 3.6x10^-4 is 4.5. It is 3.5. Track 11: The Log Function CD #7 Track #11: Jordan says "The log of A times B equals the log A times the log of B." He should say "The log of A times B equals the log of A plus the log of B." Track 12: Acid and Base Reactions Track 13: Structural Characteristics of an Acid Track 14: Acid/Base Equilibrium Track 15: The Acid Dissociation Constant Track 16: The pH of a Strong Acid Track 17: The pH of a Weak Acid Track 18: Titrations Track 19: Buffered Solutions Track 20: The Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation Track 21: Indicators Track 22: Titrations of Polyprotic Acids Chemistry Lecture 7: Electrochemistry Track 23: Electrochemistry Track 24: Oxidation States Track 25: Redox Reactions Track 26: Redox Titrations CD #7 Track 26: Jon says "..the arteriole red blood cells contain fewer chloride ions than venous red blood cells." If Jon had been thinking correctly he would have said "..the arteriole red blood cells contain MORE chloride ions than venous red blood cells." Track 27: Half Reaction Potentials Track 28: The Galvanic Cell Track 29: An Example of a Galvanic Cell Track 30: Gibbs Free Energy and EMF CD #7 Track 30: Jordan says "If delta G zero is positive, K is greater than one. If delta G zero is negative, then K is less than one." This is backwards. A positive delta G zero indicates a K less than one, and a negative delta G zero indicates a K greater than one. Track 31: The Nernst Equation Track 32: A Concentration Cell Track 33: Electrolytic Cells CD 8 Biology Lecture 1: Molecular Biology Track 1: Water Track 2: Lipids Track 3: Proteins Track 4: Primary and Secondary Structure Track 5: Tertiary Structure Track 6: Quaternary Structure Track 7: Carbohydrates Track 8: Nucleic Acids Track 9: Minerals Track 10: Enzymes Track 11: Enzyme Inhibition Track 12: Glycolysis and Fermentation Track 13: Aerobic Respiration Track 14: The Electron Transport Chain Biology Lecture 2: Genes Track 15: The Gene Track 16: The Structure of DNA Track 17: Replication Track 18: RNA Track 19: Transcription Track 20: Post-Transcriptional Processing Track 21: DNA Technology Track 22: The Universal Genetic Code Track 23: Translation CD #8 Track 23: Jon says "...dragging the second tRNA to the P site, adn exposing the P site for yet another tRNA." Jon should say: "...dragging the second tRNA to the P site, and exposing the A site for yet another tRNA." DNA and RNA are read 5 to 3. Anticodons are an exception and they are read 3- 5. This track says that the anticodon is read 5 to 3. This is incorrect. This knowledge is very unlikely to be tested by the MCAT. Track 24: Mutations Track 25: Chromosomes Track 26: The Cell Life Cycle Track 27: Mitosis Track 28: Meiosis Biology Lecture 3: Microbiology Track 29: Microbiology Track 30: Viruses Track 31: The Viral Life Cycle Track 32: Types of Viruses Track 33: The Structure of Bacteria Track 34: The Phospholipid Bilayer Track 35: Membrane Transport Track 36: Bacterial Envelope Track 37: Bacterial Movement CD 9 Biology Lecture 3 continued Track 1: Genetic Recombination and Reproduction in Bacteria Track 2: Endospores Track 3: Sources for Energy, Carbon, and Electrons Track 4: Fungi Track 5: Yeast Biology Lecture 4: The Eukaryotic Cell; The Nervous System Track 6: The Nucleus Track 7: Endocytosis Track 8: Two Sides to Every Cell Track 9: The Rough ER Track 10: The Golgi Track 11: Lysosomes Track 12: Peroxisomes Track 13: The Smooth ER Track 14: The Cytoskeleton Track 15: Flagella and Cilia Track 16: Mitochondria Track 17: The Glycocalyx Track 18: Cellular Junctions and the Matrix Track 19: Multicellular Organization Track 20: Intercellular Communication Track 21: Physiology of the Nervous System Track 22: The Action Potential Track 23: The Synapse Track 24: Neuroglia Track 25: The Structure of the Nervous System Track 26: Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Track 27: The Brain Track 28: Sensory Receptors Biology Lecture 5: The Endocrine System Track 29: Exocrine vs. Endocrine Track 30: Classes of Hormones Track 31: How Peptides Function Track 32: The Second Messenger System Track 33: How Steroids Function Track 34: How Tyrosine Derivatives Function Track 35: Negative Feedback Track 36: The Hypothalamus Track 37: The Anterior Pituitary Track 38: The Posterior Pituitary Track 39: The Thyroid Track 40: The Parathyroid Track 41: The Pancreas Track 42: Glucagon Track 43: Insulin Track 44: The Adrenal Cortex Track 45: Aldosterone Track 46: Cortisol Track 47: The Adrenal Medulla Track 48: Male Reproductive Hormones Track 49: Female Reproduction Track 50: Embryology CD #9,Track 50: They say that the oocyte undergoes meiosis 1 and 2 after penetration by the sperm. This is incorrect for humans. The correct process is as follows: Oogenesis begins in the ovaries of the fetus. All the eggs of the female are arrested as primary oocytes at birth... ...Shortly before the primary oocyte is released from the follicle during ovulation, the nucleus divides by meiosis to become the secondary oocyte... ...The entry of the sperm causes the cortical reaction, which prevents other sperms from fertilizing the same egg. Now the oocyte goes through the second meiotic division releasing a second polar body. Fertilization occurs when the nuclei of the egg and sperm fuse to form the zygote. CD 10 Biology Lecture 6: The Digestive System; The Excretory System Track 1: Digestion Track 2: Anatomy of the Digestive System Track 3: The Mouth and the Esophagus Track 4: The Stomach Track 5: Small Intestines Track 6: The Pancreas Track 7: The Large Intestines Track 8: Absorption CD #10 Track 8: The track incorrectly reads: "nutrients are absorbed into the enterocytes of the small intestines mainly in the DUODENUM" Jon should have said nutrients are absorbed into the enterocytes of the small intestines mainly in the JENUNUM and ILEUM whereas digestion is performed mainly in the DUODENUM. Track 9: Absorptive Fate of Carbohydrates Track 10: Absorptive Fate of Proteins Track 11: Absorptive Fate of Fats Track 12: The Liver Track 13: Function and Anatomy of the Kidney Track 14: The Renal Corpuscle Track 15: The Proximal Tubule Track 16: The Loop of Henle Track 17: The Distal Tubule Track 18: The Collecting Duct Track 19: The Juxtaglomerular Apparatus Biology Lecture 7: The Cardiovascular System; The Respiratory System Track 20: Cardiovascular Anatomy Track 21: The Action Potential in the Heart Track 22: Breathing Track 23: Anatomy of the Respiratory System Track 24: Gas Exchange Track 25: Oxygen Dissociation Curves Track 26: The Chloride Shift Track 27: The Lymphatic System Track 28: The Blood Track 29: Blood Cells Track 30: Innate Immunity Track 31: Humoral Immunity Track 32: Effect of Antibodies Track 33: Cell Mediated Immunity Track 34: Blood Types Biology Lecture 8: Muscle and Bone Track 35: Types of Muscle Track 36: Skeletal Muscle Track 37: The Structure of Skeletal Muscle Track 38: Mechanism of Skeletal Muscle Contraction Track 39: Motor Units Track 40: Skeletal Muscle Cell Types Track 41: Cardiac Muscle Track 42: Bone Track 43: Compact Bone Track 44: Cartilage and Joints CD 11 Biology Lecture 9: Populations Track 1: Mendel Track 2: Mendelβs Second Law Track 3: Other Methods of Expression Track 4: Ramifications of Being Diploid Track 5: Evolution Track 6: What is a Species? Track 7: Reproductive Strategies Track 8: Convergent and Divergent Evolution Track 9: The Hardy Weinberg Principle Track 10: The Origin of the Universe Organic Chemistry Lecture 1: Molecular Structure Track 11: Molecular Structure Track 12: Lewis Dot Structures Track 13: Structural Formulas Track 14: The Important Functional Groups Track 15: Other Functional Groups Track 16: Nomenclature Track 17: Bonding Track 18: Hybridization Track 19: Shapes and Bond Angles Track 20: Delocalized Electrons Track 21: Rules for Drawing Resonance Structures Track 22: Dipole Moment Track 23: Intermolecular Bonding Track 24: Conformational Isomers Track 25: Structural Isomers Track 26: Chirality Track 27: Absolute Configuration Track 28: Relative configuration Track 29: Observed Rotation Track 30: Enantiomers Track 31: Diastereomers Organic Chemistry Lecture 2: Hydrocarbons, Alcohols, and Substitutions Track 32: Alkanes Track 33: Physical Properties of Alkanes Track 34: Cycloalkanes Track 35: Combustion Track 36: Halogenation of Alkanes Track 37: Alkenes Track 38: Synthesis of Alkenes CD 12 Organic Chemistry Lecture 2 continued Track 1: Catalytic Hydrogenation Track 2: Oxidation of Alkenes Track 3: Electrophilic Addition CD #12 Track 3: Jordan says "isn't there a way to add the halogen to the MOST substituted carbon?" and Jon says, "with peroxides... HYDROGEN adds the most substituted carbon"... Jordan should say "Halogen to the LEAST sustituted carbon". Track 4: Hydration of an Alkene Track 5: Oxymercuration Track 6: Hydroboration CD #12 track #6: Hydroboration. Jordan says, "Now is there a way to hydrate an ALCOHOL with anti-markovnikov addition." Jordan should have said Now is there a way to hydrate an ALKENE with anti-markovnikov addition. Track 7: Halogenation of an Alkene Track 8: Benzene Track 9: Electron Donating and Withdrawing Properties Track 10: SN1 Reactions Track 11: SN2 Reactions Track 12: Nucleophilicity Track 13: SN1 vs. SN2 Track 14: Alcohols Track 15: Alcohols as Acids Track 16: Alcohol Synthesis Track 17: Reactions with Alcohols Track 18: Ehters Track 19: Order of Acidity Organic Chemistry Lecture 3: Carbonyls and Amines Track 20: The Carbonyl Track 21: Physical Properties of Aldehydes and Ketones Track 22: Chemical Properties of Aldehydes and Ketones Track 23: Aldehydes and Ketones with Alcohols Track 24: Aldol Condensation Track 25: conjugation Track 26: Carboxylic Acids Track 27: Chemistry of Carboxylic Acids Track 28: Reactions of Carboxylic Acid and Derivatives Track 29: Amines Track 30: Reactions with Amines Track 31: Nitriles Organic Chemistry Lecture 4: Biochemistry and Lab Techniques Track 32: Fatty Acids Track 33: Amino Acids Track 34: The Isoelectric Point and Electrophoresis Track 35: Carbohydrates Track 36: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Track 37: Peak Position in NMR Track 38: Spin-Spin Splitting Track 39: Integral and Digital Traces Track 40: An Example of NMR Track 41: NMR Summary Track 42: IR Spectroscopy Track 43: Chromatography Track 44: Distillation Track 45: Crystallization Track 46: Extraction
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