Zwitterion and Amino Acid Charge Tutorial Video

Zwitterion and Amino Acid Charges given pH pKa Leah FischAmino acids exist as zwitterions at physiological pH. A zwitterion by definition is a molecule with 2 (zwitter) ions, one positive and one negative for a net zero charge.

This video shows you how to quickly calculateĀ amino acid charge at any given pH by helping you recognize when a given side chain is protonated or deprotonated.

 

 


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