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1.
HN
a. polar/non-polar;
b. Neutral/acidic/basic
c. Also write whether the side chain is
Hydrophobic/Hydrophilic
2.
H,N-
-сн—с—он
CH2
a. polar/non-polar;
b. Neutral/acidic/basic
c. Also write whether the side chain is
Hydrophobic/Hydrophilic
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1. HN a. polar/non-polar; b. Neutral/acidic/basic c. Also write whether the side chain is Hydrophobic/Hydrophilic 2. H,N- -сн—с—он CH2 a. polar/non-polar; b. Neutral/acidic/basic c. Also write whether the side chain is Hydrophobic/Hydrophilic

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