What Organic Molecule Is Nitrogen Found in?

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Some of the most common organic molecules that contain nitrogen includes: Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids, Amino acids, Nitrobenzene and Cyanohydrins. Nitrogen is used by living organisms to produce these complex organic molecules.
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It's found in amino acid and nucleic acid.
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Amino acids, proteins, and nucleic acids all include
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Most typically, enzymes are proteins, but in some cases certain RNA molecules can function as enzymes. Proteins - macromolecules that are built from amino acids - have several functions
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Almost all the gaseous organic compounds can be "dissolved" in nitrogen gas. Because in gas phase, the distances among particles are too huge so that inter-molecular interactions
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