Unformatted text preview: I Surname: Given Name: Student Number: Part B. Short—answer questions. Write ‘your answers on this question paper. 31. Draw the complete structure (showing every atom) of the clipeptide isoleucylthreonine, in the
protonation state that predominates at neutral pH. (5 marks) 32. What is the common name given to the design pattern
shown in the picture at right? (1 mark) 33. Enantiomers (mirror-ﬁnage molecules) have identical chemical properties, such as melting point and
water-solubility. get? of the two enantiomeric forms of the compound carvone, one form (R-carvone) smells
like “Spearmint” artél‘the other form (S-carvone) smells like “caraway”. How can this be so? Explain. (2 marks) ...
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