Biochemistry - Structure and Properties of Amino Acids - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Structure and Properties of Amino Acids - Section 1 (Q.No. 5)
5.
The isoelectric point of an amino acid is defined as the pH
where the molecule carries no electric charge
where the carboxyl group is uncharged
where the amino group is uncharged
of maximum electrolytic mobility
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Gisbert said:   4 years ago
This is due to the neutral charge of amino acid.
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HASLER said:   6 years ago
This s because by the definition of isoelectric point is the PH at which the net charge of a particular amino acid is zero. Hence Answer becomes A.
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Thembinkosi Mlaba said:   10 years ago
It halfway of dissociation process therefore it carried equal charges and net charger is Zero example net=+1+(-1).

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