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How do you find a peptide bond?
When you examine a chemical equation, how do you find the peptide bonds?
~~>How do you find the reactants?
~~~~>How do you find the products?
~~~~~> and how do you know how many molecules of water are required to break down into its components?
Re: How do you find a peptide bond?
peptide bond is the -CONH group.
the number of molecules of water required to break down into its component amino acids is equal to the number of peptide bonds
If the equation involves FORMATION of a peptide bond, then I'm not sure but I think the reactants still have the -NH2 and -COOH groups intact while the products have -CONH
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