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Dipolar

Dipolar

Having two poles, as a magnetic bar.

Origin: Pre. Di- _ polar. Cf. Bipolar.


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biochemistry for dummies (me, that is...)

... amino acids in termsof ionization? Of course I can talk about pH, pK etc., but they are never unionized, even as solids; if I start with "dipolar ions"; they aren't always that, and bringing in the definition of "intramolecular neutralization"... So, can I say that they ...

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by Goran
Sun Apr 27, 2008 8:04 am
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: biochemistry for dummies (me, that is...)
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protein please...

... that even though the protein has no net charge, would it still a polar compound, because it's stated in biochemistry book that this zwitter ion is dipolar, which I take it as having two poles with antagonistic charge. if it's still a polar compound, then it's still soluble in the aqueous environmet. ...

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by victor
Sun Nov 12, 2006 1:14 pm
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: protein please...
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Ap Bio Help!

... has one of the highest (the highest?) specific heat capacities. How much work are u going to spend writing this essay, are u going to explain what dipolar means and how it forms and why it has high heat capacity and so on? I think u have more then enough material. Good luck

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by oppox
Thu Sep 07, 2006 8:33 am
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Ap Bio Help!
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