Problem: What is the maximum number of water molecules that, in theory, one asparagine molecule at pH 7 could hydrogen bond with.

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What is the maximum number of water molecules that, in theory, one asparagine molecule at pH 7 could hydrogen bond with.

At pH 7, asparagine (C4H8N2O3) exists as a neutral molecule. Its structure is shown below:

Hydrogen Bond is the force that exists when H is directly connected to F, O, or N. 

The site of hydrogen bonding in aspargine are:

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What is the maximum number of water molecules that, in theory, one asparagine molecule at pH 7 could hydrogen bond with.

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