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Published on 28 January 2022

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Transcript
00:00
What is Tylenol and how does it work?
00:05
Acetaminophen Is a OTC That blocks COX enzyme COX enzyme releases chemicals that make our body feel pain
00:11
Tylenols molecular structure contains...
00:11
1 Nitrogen
00:12
3 Oxygen
00:13
8 carbon
00:14
9 Hydrogen
00:16
Why is tylenol important to society?
00:21
Tylenol helps by...
00:23
Helping reduce fevers
00:24
relieves moderate pain
00:27
Is affordable for pain relief
00:32
This is our model
00:33
It shows the shape of the molecule
00:35
and the environment the COX Enzyme
00:41
COX enzyme
00:42
they release chemicals
00:43
the chemicals is called prostaglandins
00:45
Tylenol blocks this enzyme
00:51
Tylenol molecular structure
00:53
Tylenol is a non covalent bond
00:55
It has 4 different elements
00:56
Tylenol has double bonds in its structure
00:57
Tylenol Intramolecular forces are LDF
01:01
How does Tylenol react with the COX enzyme?
01:10
Tylenol blocks the COX enzyme by...
01:12
Reducing the active oxidized form
01:14
Blocking the COX from producing Prostaglandins 
01:18
Why does the Molecular structure matter?
01:26
the molecular structure affects...
01:29
Affects the way the COX interacts with it 
01:31
the polarity of the structure 
01:32
Its melting point
01:36
Its dissolve rate
01:40
Recap of Tylenol
01:46
tylenol is...
01:47
a OTC drug that blocks the COX enzyme
01:49
stopping the Active oxidized site
01:52
Tylenols molecular structure
01:54
Is a covailent bond
01:55
Contains LDFs
01:57
Contains 1 nitrogen
01:58
2 oxygen
02:00
8 carbon
02:02
9 hydrogen