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Hydration of the Zwitterionic Forms οf Amino Acids from the Acoustic Passynski Method

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In this communication, we report the compressibility measurements made on amino acids in water at 25°C, compared with aqueous short-chained amines and carboxylic acids. The effect of the charge caused by protonation of the amino group and/or deprotonation of the carboxylic one was tested. The concept of additivity of the hydration number with the constituents of solute molecule was applied and discussed.
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114
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6A
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A-39-A-44
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2008-12
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