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Synthesis of a fat and formation of a peptide bond?

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Default Synthesis of a fat and formation of a peptide bond?



i need help how can i show the removal of the water molecule and what would the structure look like
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Default Re: Synthesis of a fat and formation of a peptide bond?

Formation of a peptide bond:

one hydrogen of the amino (-NH2) group of one amino acid and the -OH of the carboxylic acid group of another amino acid form a water molecule thus a peptide bond (-CONH) is formed

image showing loss of water:

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