Carboxyl

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 A carboxyl group has the [[molecular formula|molecular formula]] COOH and can be found on the [[C-terminus|C-terminus]] of an [[amino acid|amino acid]], in its polarised state the [[hydrogen ion|hydrogen ion]] dissociates leaving a [[negative charge|negative charge]].
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 A carboxyl group has the [[Molecular formula|molecular formula]] COOH and can be found on the [[C-terminus|C-terminus]] of an [[Amino acid|amino acid]], in its polarised state the [[Hydrogen ion|hydrogen ion]] dissociates leaving a negative charge.

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 A carboxyl group has the molecular formula COOH and can be found on the C-terminus of an amino acid, in its polarised state the hydrogen ion dissociates leaving a negative charge.

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