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t'f., II. The 3-dimensional structure of most biological macromolecules is largely dictated by "weak" chemical interactions ("weak bonds"). Oa -t6 A. List two of the different kinds of "weak b!dq" that we talked about in class. List onl]r, no discussion is necessary. 1. [email protected]{ z. [*[email protected]*cEll.Cs Mte "tfuu k &"tryfu a^ {t( flP D#S ,1, b'e kfb f*kA 0r{ feiwln 'l' B. Describe the ways in which "weak bonds" dictate the 3-dimensional structure o?a'.-t* .)" complete in your answer.
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