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What is the chemical formula for this structure. Image attached
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No, it isn't.
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No, it isn't.
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What is the chemical formula for this structure. Image attached
Hey, you didn't attach the image xx
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i dropped chemistry so this may be wrong,
but it's a carboxylic acid (COOH)
and it has an amine functional group x
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2-aminopropanoic acid, its an amino acid
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i dropped chemistry so this may be wrong,
but it's a carboxylic acid (COOH)
and it has an amine functional group x
Sorry i meant the chemical formula. would it be c3h7no3? or NO2?
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Sorry i meant the chemical formula. would it be c3h7no3? or NO2?
and does the hydrogen atom share 2 of its electrons with another atom?
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C3H7NO2
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Sorry i meant the chemical formula. would it be c3h7no3? or NO2?
C3H7NO2 x
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Sorry i meant the chemical formula. would it be c3h7no3? or c3h7no2?

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2-aminopropanoic acid, its an amino acid
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and does the hydrogen atom share 2 of its electrons with another atom?
hydrogen only has one electron
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C3H7NO2
thankyou. Do the hydrogen atoms share 2 of its electrons with another atom in this structure?
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hydrogen only has one electron
Oh yes. thankyou.
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Oh yes. thankyou.
And it only contains four different chemical elements?
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i swear thats an amino acid
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i swear thats an amino acid
yes its is. How does the hydrogen atom bond together? Covalent?
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No, it isn't.
what isnt?
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