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When you acid hydrolyse something like enalapril, I know you would break the amide and ester bond, but because it's acid hydrolysis, the NH group in the middle of the structure would that only be NH2+ or would it be NH3+?

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Under acidic conditions you would form the protonated form of the amine group, NH2+ as they both form the secondary amine.
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