Definitions

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  • noun chemistry The removal of a proton (hydrogen ion) from a molecule to form a conjugate base

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Examples

  • The droplet leaches its acid into the surrounding solution, losing hydrogen ions in a process known as deprotonation - a process that affects the surface tension of the droplet itself.

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  • The droplet leaches its acid into the surrounding solution, losing hydrogen ions in a process known as deprotonation - a process that affects the surface tension of the droplet itself.

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  • Those tiny pH differences affect the amount of deprotonation that happens at the front and rear of the droplet, and this asymmetry sets up a surface tension gradient that forces the droplet into motion.

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  • Those tiny pH differences affect the amount of deprotonation that happens at the front and rear of the droplet, and this asymmetry sets up a surface tension gradient that forces the droplet into motion.

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  • Those tiny pH differences affect the amount of deprotonation that happens at the front and rear of the droplet, and this asymmetry sets up a surface tension gradient that forces the droplet into motion.

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  • The formation of a secondary alcohol via reduction and hydration is shown: Reactions Deprotonation Alcohols can behave as weak acids, undergoing deprotonation.

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  • When a Brönsted-Lowry acid goes through deprotonation

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  • Two recent articles published by Baker's team in collaboration with several other leading protein research groups reveal exciting early progress on this front, including the successful design of a novel enzyme that catalyzes the Kemp elimination, a chemical reaction involving the deprotonation of a carbon atom.

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  • Two recent articles published by Baker's team in collaboration with several other leading protein research groups reveal exciting early progress on this front, including the successful design of a novel enzyme that catalyzes the Kemp elimination, a chemical reaction involving the deprotonation of a carbon atom.

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • Two recent articles published by Baker's team in collaboration with several other leading protein research groups reveal exciting early progress on this front, including the successful design of a novel enzyme that catalyzes the Kemp elimination, a chemical reaction involving the deprotonation of a carbon atom.

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

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