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1. Run a #10 AWG minimum green or bare copper grounding wire to ground. 2. Run a separate ground from each chassis. 3. On a steel or aluminum boat, ground to the hull as close as possible to the equipment. On a wood or berglass boat, make the common ground point either the engine negative terminal or an external ground plate. 4. SSB/ham transmitters require special attention to ground (see Figure 13.9). Grounding conductors should be of 3-inch-wide copper foil and connected to a large area of bronze screening epoxied to the inside of the hull, a large sintered copper external ground plate, or an internal metal keel. Provided that all underwater metals are bonded, the boat s ground may prove suf cient. Remember, however, that bonding all underwater metals may increase corrosion.
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Nucleic acids are biomolecules named for being an acidic substance (one that increases the concentration of H+ ions) originally discovered in the nucleus (center compartment) of cells. Nucleic acids play a number of roles in life, including storage and expression of genetic information, transport of amino acids during protein synthesis (manufacture), and in some cases even acting as catalysts. Nucleic acids are polymers of nucleotides. A nucleotide is molecule that has the following three parts to it: (1) a nitrogenous base (also called a nucleotide base) which is any one of certain aromatic ring compounds containing nitrogen, (2) a sugar (ribose or deoxyribose), and (3) one to three phosphate groups. There are five main nitrogenous bases found in nucleic acids. Small amounts of other nucleotide bases do occur, but they are far less common and so will not be discussed here. The five main nucleotide bases fall into two categories: pyrimidines and purines. The pyrimidines are so named because they are all similar to the molecule pyrimidine which is an aromatic ring containing four carbon and two nitrogen atoms. (See Fig. 7-16a.) The pyrimidines include cytosine, thymine, and uracil. In contrast to pyrimidines, a purine contains two rings; one is a five-atom ring with two nitrogen atoms, the other is a six-atom pyrimidine ring. The purine s two rings are covalently attached to one another in a way such that they share two carbon atoms. That is, two carbon atoms are part of both rings. (See Fig. 7-16b.) The purines include adenine and guanine. The sugar within the nucleotides is either ribose or deoxyribose. Both are fivecarbon carbohydrates, in ring form (actually strictly speaking the deoxy form is a carbohydrate derivative, as mentioned earlier in this chapter). Figure 7-17 shows the skeletal formula for ribose and deoxyribose. Nucleic acids that contain ribose are called ribonucleic acids, abbreviated RNA, and nucleic acids containing deoxyribose are called deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA. There are a number of differences
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