Problem: Glycine is an amino acid that can be obtained from most proteins. In solution, glycine exists in equilibrium between two forms:(a) Consult Table 3.1 and state which form is favored at equilibrium 

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Glycine is an amino acid that can be obtained from most proteins. In solution, glycine exists in equilibrium between two forms:

(a) Consult Table 3.1 and state which form is favored at equilibrium

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