Amino acids form peptide polymers via peptide bonds.
The peptide bond is the bond between the carbonyl and N.
Draw the resonance structure for the peptide bond below.
Modify the molecule to show the resonance form. You can modify the molecule by moving, adding, deleting, or changing bonds or charges. You do not need to draw nonbonding electrons.
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