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Compound 1 (Figure 1 below) is a naturally occurring compound produced within the human body. It is carried in the bloodstream and stored in the muscles to supply energy for muscle contraction during activity.

A) B)
(H2N) CH3 ( O
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C - N - CH2 - C
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Identify the functional groups present in Compound 1 represented by those in brackets and labelled A (H2N) and B. (label B is O C and OH- far right side of image)

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