Polar structure

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&nbsp;In the electrical sense a polar structure is one with positive charge concentrated towards one end and negative charge concentrated toward the other.<references />
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&nbsp;In the electrical sense a polar structure is one with positive charge concentrated towards one end and negative charge concentrated toward the other.<ref>↑ Alberts B. et al (2007) Molecular Biology of the Cell, 5th edition, New York: Garland Science,Taylor &amp; Francis Group, pg50.</ref>

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 In the electrical sense a polar structure is one with positive charge concentrated towards one end and negative charge concentrated toward the other.[1]


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