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21. Vogel HJ, Vogel RH : Some chemical glimpses of evolution. Chem. Eng. News. 45: 88, 1967. 22. Waksman SA : Sergei N. Winogradsky. , Press, New Brunswick. 1953. 23. Williams RJ, Lansford EM (editors) : Encyclopedia of Biochemistry. , New York. 1967. 24. Willstätter R : From my life. Benjamin. 1965. Contents C H A P T E R CONTENTS • • General Considerations • Structure of Water Molecule • Weak Interactions in Aqueous Solutions • Role of Noncovalent Interactions • Role of Water in Life 2 Physical Properties of Water Water : The Solvent of Life GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS ater is the mother liquor of all forms of life.
Important developments took place rapidly on several fronts including nutrition. The significance of unknown food factors was clearly recognized by Frederick Gowland Hopkins at Cambridge University and his associates, who developed the concept of deficiency diseases. Extensive series of feeding experiments utilizing synthetic diets were conducted mainly by Babcook McCollum, Osborne, Mendel and Sherman. As a result, many deficiency diseases such as scurvy, rickets, beriberi and pellagra were recognized and their curative agents, which were called vitamins by a Polish biochemist Casimer Funk, were isolated and subsequently characterized.
Addition of water to such solutes may hence result in a small gain of enthalpy; the breaking of hydrogen bonds requires the addition of energy to the system. Furthermore, dissolving hydrophobic solutes in water results in a measurable decrease in entropy. Amphipathic compounds contain regions that are polar (or charged) and regions that are nonpolar (Table 2–5). When amphipathic compounds are mixed with water, the two regions of the solute molecule experience conflicting tendencies: the polar or charged, hydrophilic region interacts favourably with the solvent and tends to dissolve whereas the nonpolar hydrophobic region has the opposite tendency, to avoid contact with the water.