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    Nope. This is the structure.
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    Nope. This is the structure.
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    I think it's the same thing, basically just draw out two versions in different orientations and take out a water molecule where you can see the -OH from -COOH and -H from -NH2 and then join the rest of the bonds up?


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    I think it's the same thing, basically just draw out two versions in different orientations and take out a water molecule where you can see the -OH from -COOH and -H from -NH2 and then join the rest of the bonds up?


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    Ohh sorry! Yes it's the same thing, thank you
 
 
 
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