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Pauling and Corey showed that in small peptides, six atoms associated with

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Old 04-23-2012, 07:16 AM
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Default Pauling and Corey showed that in small peptides, six atoms associated with



the peptide bond all lie in a plane? a) What is the physical basis for the planar nature of the peptide bond
b) what evidence did Pauling and Corey use to support their claim
c) Draw a dipeptide of 2 amino acids in trans linkage (side chains shown as R) and indicate which 6 atoms are part of the planar structure of the peptide bond.
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