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stephanie 01-03-2013 09:16 AM

Why does nitrogen of amide in peptide bond has a partial positive charge?
 
i mean looking around the adjacent atoms around it, i cannot find an atom that is more electronegative that makes nitrogen electropositive. it is stated in my notes of the statement i wrote in the title of this question


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