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Strongest individual bonds to weakest individual bonds
Disulfide bridge - Ionic bonds - Hydrophobic/Hydrophilic - Hydrogen bonds - Dipole-Dipole Interactions - Van der Waals attractions
basic residues take a + charge, acidic residues take a - charge: basic residues and acidic residues are attracted to each other
intermolecular; different amino acids have an affinity for either water or oil
intermolecular; hydrogens bond because with such a small atomic radius, hydrogen can easily bond two larger amino acids
Van der Waals attractions
intermolecular; random electrostatic attractions; appear and disappear constantly; large, flat, close; help proteins stay together (significant in polymers, not normally)
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