Home Biology Why is this molecule nonpolar? Why is this molecule nonpolar?Biology mobeteOctober 22, 20215 CommentsWhy is this molecule nonpolar?[tex]Why is this molecule nonpolar?[/tex]
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there is no permanent charge difference between one part of the molecule and another.
It is important to note that energy is used up by an enzyme in removing a hydroxyl group from the carboxyl group of a particular amino acid and a hydrogen atom from the amino group of another amino acid to combine the amino acids in a dehydration synthesis reaction to produce water.
On the other hand, another enzyme disrupts the peptide bond, enploying water molecule to combine the hydroxyl group to the carboxyl group of a particular amino acid and a hydrogen atom to the amino group of another amino acid in a hydrolysis reaction.
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