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F NH NH O IO IO NH NH HH Page 1 1 1 Q H+ 1. Certain atoms in this peptide should have charges; however, these are not shown isomeone please help me i am struggling.

F NH NH O IO IO NH NH HH Page 1 1 1 Q H+ 1. Certain atoms in this peptide should have charges; however, these are not shown in the figure. Identify all the missing charges and justify your response for each charge. 2. On a printout of this image, identify the peptide backbone and the side chains. 3. Write down the peptide's sequence with (i) three-letter and (ii) one-letter amino acid abbreviations. 4. Obtain the molecular formula and molecular weight of the neutral version of this peptide. To get the neutral version, begin with the version shown in the figure and add/remove hydrogens so that no atom has a net charge. Report the molecular weight in kilodalton (kDa). 5. A bioengineering company has determined that this peptide has therapeutic properties, and wishes to synthesize large quantities of this peptide. If glucose (C6H1206) is used as the carbon source for the synthesis, what is the minimal mass of glucose needed to make 1 kg of this peptide? Report your

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