Amino group

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An amino group is a weakly basic functional group ( - NH2)  derived from ammonia. It consists of one atom of nitrogen covalently bonded to two atoms of hydrogen. In aqueous solution an amino group can accept a proton and carry a positive charge. An amino group is a major component of an amino acid

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