Organic Chem

What is the monomeric unit of a chain of molecules joined by peptide bonds?


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  1. The result is a peptide bond.

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  2. No, peptide bond is the link between the molecules as stated in the question.

    I think the question is looking for 'amino acid' as the monomer.

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