Asparagine is a polar amino acid, shown here at pH 7.
What is the maximum number of water molecules that, in theory, one asparagine molecule at pH 7 could hydrogen bond with?
(Consider any intermolecular attractions between the asparagine molecule and water to be hydrogen bonds.)
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