What is the hybridization of the two oxygen atoms in the amino acid glycine, shown above?  Lone pairs are not shown but may need to be added.             CH2              OH          /            \     / H2N                 C                          ||                         O

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What is the hybridization of the two oxygen atoms in the amino acid glycine, shown above?  Lone pairs are not shown but may need to be added.

            CH2              OH

         /            \     /

H2N                 C

                         ||

                        O

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