Hydrogen bonding is an intermolecular or intramolecular attraction that occurs between molecules with hydrogen bond donors and molecules with hydrogen bond acceptors. Hydrogen bond donors are molecules that have a hydrogen attached to an electronegative atom (for example, hydroxyls or amines). Hydrogen bond acceptors are molecules that have a lone pair of electrons located on an electronegative atom (for example, oxygen, nitrogen, or fluorine). Hydrogen bonds are not as strong as covalent and ionic bonds but are stronger than van der Waals interactions. Hydrogen bonding is responsible for the high boiling point of water and is important for the organization of complementary chains of base pairs in DNA and RNA.
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Harvard University, Class of 2013
BA Mathematics & English, MS Applied Mathematics major
Subjects tutored: SAT, SAT II Latin, Geometry, Chemistry, Set Theory, Physics, R Programming, Latin, Discrete Math, Computer Science, MATLAB, English, Psychology, Writing, Literature, Geometry (College Advanced), Biology, Linguistics, Study Skills, Number Theory, Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Numerical Analysis, Linear Algebra, Basic Math, and Calculus
I'm a certified Math and English teacher for grades 8-12 in Massachusetts. Right now, I focus on gifted students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and mental health challenges who may be underperforming and overstressed in their classes. I can work with you if you have diagnosed LD or simply learn best outside of a traditional lecture and textbook format. If I don't know about something, I will tell you that openly, I'll point to where you might be able to find that information, and I'll learn more about it for next time. I'm strongest as a teacher when I'm working one-on-one and my favorite part of teaching is "diagnosing" where a student's thinking might be leading them astray (or ahead!)I got my Masters at Harvard in Applied Math, focusing on statistics and advanced mechanics/physics applied to biology. I taught and tutored Organic Chemistry, Precalculus, Calculus, proof-based Linear Algebra and Real Analysis, and Intro to Applied Math (for majors) at Harvard. I also work with student writing for classes, projects and graduate applications as a tutor in my undergraduate house. I've tutored everything from 5th grade math to competitive math teams to graduate school pure math and engineering. I've worked with Master's Engineering students studying for the TOEFL alongside high school sophomores in my Saturday volunteer creative writing classes, and I've tutored undergraduates at Harvard and helped develop curriculum in proof-based math and numerical experimentation-driven freshman physics.
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