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issa

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i don't know a lot about biochemistry.
can you tell me what is this about----------------> "the predominant form of glutamate at ph1"
 

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issa said:
i don't know a lot about biochemistry.
can you tell me what is this about----------------> "the predominant form of glutamate at ph1"


last two chapters of kaplan orgo explain this stuff decently well. theyre talking about the charges on the molecule at different pH's compared to whatever its pI(isoelectric point-at what pH its neutral) is.
 

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issa said:
i don't know a lot about biochemistry.
can you tell me what is this about----------------> "the predominant form of glutamate at ph1"

the predominant form is positively charged... :)
 
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