Many organic substances are negatively charged e.g., acetic acid, while
others are positively charged e.g., ammonium ion. An aminoacid under
certain conditions would have both positive and negative charges
simultaneously in the same molecule. Such a form of aminoacid is called
a. Positively charged form
b. Negatively charged form
c. Neutral form
d. Zwitterionic form


NCERT Class XI
Biology - Exemplar Problems

Chapter 9. Biomolecules

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2015-07-31T17:00:06+05:30
Such type of form of amino acid is called zwitterionic form
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