Molecular Shape and Polarity

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Molecular Shape and Polarity Lab Instructor: Dan Mack
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Results and Discussion: A drug molecule was designed to fit into a specific receptor with a carbon skeleton, two amine groups and a hydroxl group arranged in a certain way. The ideal length of the molecule was calculated to be 8.04 A and the ideal width was calculated to be 4.97 A. The designed drug appears as follows: It was measured to be 8.07 A long and 5.03 A
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Unformatted text preview: wide. Another group’s molecule appears as follows: It was measured to be 7.72 A long and 4.652 A wide. Conclusion: The first molecule was determined to fit better because it is closer to the actual length of the receptor, and although it is a little too tall, it is more important that it fits horizontally. This ensures that both nitrate groups on the ends reach the amine groups to interact with....
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  • Fall '05
  • CHIRIK,P
  • Chemistry, Mole, Functional group, Molecule, Polarity Lab, Dan Mack, Polarity Lab Instructor

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