Lect2 - Box 4-1 Lehn B and T Fig. 2-2 Fig. 4-5 Lehn Fig....

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Lehn. Fig. 3-9
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In a highly basic solution (pH 13), the dominant form of glycine is: A)NH 3 + -CH 2 -COOH B)NH 2 -CH 2 -COOH C)NH 2 -CH 3 + -COO - D)NH 2 -CH 2 -COO - E) NH 3 + -CH 2 -COO -
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Fig. 3-12 Lehn
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Lehn. Fig. 3-13
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Lehn 3-14
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Lehn. Fig. 3-16
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Lehn 3-14
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Lehn. Fig. 2-3
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Fig. 4-2 Lehn
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B and T Fig. 2-2
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Fig. 4-4 Lehn
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Fig. 4-4 Lehn
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Unformatted text preview: Box 4-1 Lehn B and T Fig. 2-2 Fig. 4-5 Lehn Fig. 4-2 Lehn Fig. 4-6 Lehn Alpha helix stability affected by: Electrostatic repulsion or attraction between charged side chains Repulsion between bulky side chains Interactions between residues 3 - 4 apart Whether or not pro/gly present Amino acids at ends interacting with inherent dipole of helix...
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Lect2 - Box 4-1 Lehn B and T Fig. 2-2 Fig. 4-5 Lehn Fig....

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