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Amino acids are substituted methanes. Justify why are they calleda-amino acids ?

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Amino acids are substituted methanes because they contain four substituent groups, hydrogen; carboxyl group, amino group and a variable group ®; these substituents are present on the a-carbon and hence, are called a-amino acids.
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Some amino acids in which hydrogen atom is replaced by methane hence,those all amino acids are known as substituted methane.                    Enjoy the answer
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Some amino acids in which hydrogen atom is replaced by methane hence,those all amino acids are known as substituted methane.                    Enjoy the answer

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