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Pk2

pK2

The negative logarithm of the ionization constant (Ka) of an acid; the pH at which equal concentrations of the acid and conjugate base forms of a substance (often a buffer) are present.


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20 Amino Acids

... electrically neutral amino acids with ionizable carboxyl side chains (+1 0 -1 -2) pI= average of pKa’s of the two carboxyl groups ( pI = (pK1 + pK2) / 2 ) amino acids with N containing ionizable groups (+2 +1 0 -1) pI = average of pKa’s of the N groups ( pI = (pK2 + pK3) / 2 ) (Another site ...

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by CoolJay221
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