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the dopamine molecule is capable of making strong hydrogen bonds. edit the dopamine molecule so it can no longer make strong hydrogen bonds. this is the dopamine molecule.

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can anyone please tell me how to edit it inorder for the dopamine to no longer make strong hydrogen bonds? or could someone send me a pic of how the diagram should look after it been edited
You could add a protecting group on the molecule, dehydrate the alcohol groups/ amine groups. I really am not 100% sure. But those could be some suggestions

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The hydrogen bond is due to two adjacent -OH groups that are ortho if u make them meta or para they will be away and it will reduce the hydrogen bonding between them
Actually, just delete the -OH groups. It solves the problem. ;)
i tried deleting them but they told me the answer was wrong
This is how it should look like.
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No. The amine group and the alcohol groups are both capable of hydrogen bonding. Rayvan'S STtruCtURE is correct.
rayvan21 you're the best.... thanks.. we should tlk on msn so u could help me with the other two i got. hehe. this is hard. thanks u saved me
the dopamine molecule cannot make ionic bonds. how can you edit the dopamine molecule so it can now make ionic bonds
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thanx..u helped me also..

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