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1 WATER: Structure and Function Prof. Ir. Suyadi, MS.

2 What’s water? Water (H 2 O) is the most abundant compound on Earth's surface, covering about 70 percent of the planet.H O In nature, water exists in liquid, solid, and gaseous states.water It is in dynamic equilibrium between the liquid and gas states at standard temperature and pressure.dynamic equilibriumliquidgasstandard temperature and pressure At room temperature, it is a tasteless and odorless liquid, nearly colorless with a hint of temperaturetasteless odorlesscolorlesshint of blue

3 Other names of water Water, Oxidane, Hydrogen oxide Dihydrogen monoxide (DHMO) Dihydrogen monoxide Hydrogen monoxide Dihydrogen oxide Hydrogen hydroxide (HH or HOH) Hydric acid Hydrohydroxic acid Hydroxic acid Hydroxylic acid Hydroxilic acid Hydrol μ-Oxido dihydrogen

4 Water and organism All organism contain water Water is major component in living organism In the body, water >60% Water usually makes up 55% to 78% of the human body.

5 Water in our body About two-thirds of the weight of an adult human consists of water. About two-thirds of this water is located within cells, while the remaining third consists of extracellular water, mostly in the blood plasma and in the interstitial fluid that bathes the cells. This water, amounting to about five percent of body weight (about 5 L in the adult), serves as a supporting fluid for the blood cells and acts as a means of transporting chemicals between cells and the external environment. It is basically a 0.15M solution of salt (NaCl) containing smaller amounts of other electrolytes, the most important of which are bicarbonate (HCO 3 – ) and protein anions.

6 Water (H 2 O): molecule structure Air memiliki struktur tiga dimensi tetrahedron tidak beraturan dengan oksigen sebagai pusatnya Dua buah ikatan dg hidrogen diarahkan ke dua sudut tetrahedron, sementara elektron-elektron yang tidak dipakai bersama pada kedua orbital terhidrasi menempati dua sudut sisanya

7 Molekul air membentuk molekul bipolar Karena bentuknya tetrahedron yang miring, maka muatan listrik tidak menyebar merata. Sisi oksigen yang berlawanan dengan hidrogen memiliki muatan listrik lebih tinggi (lebih banyak mengandung elektron) daripada hidrogen yang terpencar. Bipolar  muatan listrik (elektron) tidak merata.

8 Air menstabilkan molekul biologik Sebagian besar molekul memiliki ikatan kovalen antar elemen (unsur) dengan energi 30 – 150 kkal/mol Air memiliki kemampuan menjembatai molekul lain dengan membentuk ikatan non- kovalen (ikatan hidrogen) 0,1 – 10 kkal/mol  menstabilkan suatu makromolekul

9 IKATAN HIDROGEN DARI AIR Ikatan hidrogen  menentukan struktur makromolekul – Air yang cair dan es, membentuk makromolekul melalui ikatan bipolar mengikat dirinya sendiri dalam keadaan padat dan cair – Interaksi elektrostatik antara atom hidrogen satu molekul air bipolar denan pasangan elektron yang tidak dipakai-bersama pada molekul air bipolar lain akan membentuk sebuah ikatan hidrogen.

10 Ikatan hidrogen dari air Ikatan hidrogen  menstabilkan protein dan asam nukleat – Sifat bipolar air menyebabkan kemampuannya berikatan dg beberapa senyawa spt –OH, --SH, amina, ester, aldehid, keton – Makromolekul spt protein distabilkan oleh ikatan hidrogen intramolekul

11 The present of water Water (H 2 O) is the most abundant compound on Earth's surface, covering about 70 percent of the planetH O At room temperature, it is a tasteless and odorless liquid, nearly colorless with a hint of temperaturetasteless odorlesscolorlesshint of blue

12 Characteristics of water Many substances dissolve in water and it is commonly referred to as the universal solvent. Because of this, water in nature and in use is rarely pure and some of its properties may vary slightly from those of the pure substance.solvent There are also many compounds that are essentially, if not completely, insoluble in water.

13 Forms of Water Water can take numerous forms that are broadly categorized by phase of matter: 1.The liquid phase is the most common among water's phases (within the Earth's atmosphere and surface) and is the form that is generally denoted by the word "water."liquid phase 2.The solid phase of water is known as ice and commonly takes the structure of hard, amalgamated crystals, such as ice cubes, or loosely accumulated granular crystals, like snow. For a list of the many different crystalline and amorphous forms of solid H 2 O, see the article ice.solid phaseicecrystals ice cubesgranular snow amorphousice 3.The gaseous phase of water is known as water vapor (or steam), and is characterized by water assuming the configuration of a transparent cloud.gaseous phasewater vaporcloud

14 Liquid and solid water Ice, like all solids, has a well- defined structure; each water molecule is surrounded by four neighboring H 2 Os. two of these are hydrogen-bonded to the oxygen atom on the central H 2 O molecule, and each of the two hydrogen atoms is similarly bonded to another neighboring H 2 O

15 Here are three-dimensional views of a typical local structure of water (left) and ice (right.)

16 Physics and chemistry Water is the chemical substance with chemical formula H 2 O: one molecule of water has two hydrogen atoms covalently bonded to a single oxygen atom. Water is a tasteless, odorless liquid at ambient temperature and pressure, and appears colorless in small quantities, although it has its own intrinsic very light blue hue

17 Chemistry The molecules of water are constantly moving in relation to each other, and the hydrogen bonds are continually breaking and reforming at timescales faster than 200 femtoseconds Water can be described as a polar liquid that slightly dissociates disproportionately into the hydronium ion (H 3 O + (aq)) and an associated hydroxide ion (OH − (aq)).polar hydronium hydroxide 2 H 2 O (l) H 3 O + (aq) + OH − (aq)

18 Water in redox reactions Water contains hydrogen in oxidation state +1 and oxygen in oxidation state −2. Because of that, water oxidizes chemicals with reduction potential below the potential of H + /H 2, such as hydrides, alkali and alkaline earth metalsoxidation statereduction potential hydridesalkalialkaline earth 2 Na + 2 H 2 O → 2 NaOH + H 2

19 "Pure" water To a chemist, the term "pure" has meaning only in the context of a particular application or process. The distilled or de-ionized water used in the laboratory contains dissolved atmospheric gases and occasionally some silica, but their small amounts and relative inertness make these impurities insignificant for most purposes.

20 Drinking Water Our ordinary drinking water, by contrast, is never chemically pure, especially if it has been in contact with sediments. Groundwaters (from springs or wells) always contain ions of calcium and magnesium, and often iron and manganese as well; the positive charges of these ions are balanced by the negative ions carbonate/ bicarbonate, and occasionally some chloride and sulfate. Groundwaters in some regions contain unacceptably high concentrations of naturally-occuring toxic elements such as selenium and arsenic.

21 What kind of water is most healthy to drink? No toxic No heavy metal No patogenic microorganism No non-solouble subtances (like pesticide) pH 5 - 9

22 How is with ionized water? Ionized water actually isn't as mysterious as it may sound. Ionized water is the result of a water source (usually tap water) being exposed to electrolysis using water ionizers.water ionizers The resulting reduced water is flush with a large amount of electrons which can, in theory, be "donated" to active oxygen so that it may aid in the fight of free radicals in the human body.reduced water This "reduced water" is also known as alkaline ionized water.alkaline ionized water

23 Tugas untuk Tema Kuliah water.. 1.Struktur air (sifat-sifat kimia dan fisik) – the structure of water 2.Fungsi air (dalam tubuh) – the function of water for body 3.Air sebagai pelarut (solvent) – Water as universal solvent 4.Struktur dan fungsi air hujan (rain water) untuk minum – Rainwater for drinking water 5.Kemungkinan air tanah (ground water) untuk minum – Groundwater for drinking water 6.Air yang mengandung mikroorganisme untuk air minum – Micoorganism Contaminated water for drinking water 7.Air yang mengandung bahan tidak larut (insolouble materials) untuk minum – insolouble substanses containing water for drinking water 8.Ionized water: apakah penting? 9.Air minum yang sehat dan menyehatkan (macam-macam air minum) – Healthy drinking water 10.Air penstabil dalam makromolekul

24 Kriteria format: Bentuk Paper kelompok Diketik dalam ukuran A4 (21 x 29 cm) Huruf Arial, font 11, 1 spasi Jumlah halaman minimal 10 (pendahuluan + isi) Menggunakan Bahasa Indonesia baku Harus menggunakan pustaka minimal 5 buah. Dikumpulkan 2 minggu dari sekarang dalam bentuk: – file dikirim (nama file/ subjek “tugas biokimia Kelas.... kel....” – hard copy dikumpulkan melalui ketua kelas

25 Format halaman depan TUGAS BIOKIMIA KE... Kelas.... Kelompok.... Judul:............................................................. Dosen Pembina: Prof. Ir. Suyadi, MS. Simbul UB Anggota Kelompok: 1............. NIM 2............NIM 3...........NIM, dst. FAKULTAS PETERNAKAN UNIVERSITAS BRAWIJAYA 2012

26 Format isi Kata pengantar Daftar isi Daftar gambar Daftar tabel (bila ada) Pendahuluan Isi tulisan Daftar pustaka

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