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a) A solution of amino acid having carboxylic side chain was titrated against NaOH. If initial pH of the solution was 2.8. Describe the state of the functional groups of the amino acid at the initial pH and at 10.5.
b) Briefly explain how you will separate amino acids mixture using the charge difference between the amino acids.

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