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Nonpolar side chains in a-amino acids tend to be __________, whereas polar side chains are most often __________ in an aqueous medium.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The given statement should be completed.

Concept Introduction:

The general rule of solubility is “like dissolves like” that is molecules with a dipole moment (polar) will dissolve in solvents that have dipole moment (polar) in nature whereas the nonpolar molecule dissolves in nonpolar solvent.

Explanation

Given:

Nonpolar side chains in α -amino acids tend to be ______, whereas polar side chains are most often _______ in an aqueous medium.

Amino acids containing non polar side chain are insoluble in polar solvent but soluble in organic solvent whereas amin

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