Discussion :: Nucleic Acids - Section 1 (Q.No.13)
The most stabilizing force for nucleic acids is
Answer: Option C
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|Owoyemi Olayinka said: (Oct 21, 2014)|
|Van der waal's force is a weak kind of force. Why would it be the most stabilizing force for nucleic acids?|
|Usha said: (Jan 21, 2015)|
|It will be hydrogen bonds.|
|Alex said: (Oct 24, 2016)|
|It's Van der Waal forces they are significant in base stacking.|
|Nikhil said: (Nov 9, 2016)|
|Yeah. Van der Waal forces act as stacking forces which play an important role in stabilizing the DNA structure.|
|Alex said: (Feb 19, 2017)|
|Please explain Van der Waal forces.|
|Zeenat said: (Apr 23, 2017)|
|Van der waals interactions between adjacent bases and hydrogen bonding between complementary strands.|
|Syed Yousaf Raza said: (Apr 11, 2018)|
|Van der Waals forces are weak but they are in high concentrations collectively they play important role in stabilizing the DNA.|
|Abegail said: (Sep 29, 2018)|
|I think hydrogen bonding is a more stabilizing force than Van Der Waals.|
|Youngest Oldman said: (Feb 7, 2019)|
|Its Hydrogen bonding.|
|Tonny Marik said: (Mar 19, 2019)|
|How come a weak hydrogen force become brought a stable compound?
Please give me an explanation.
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