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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of protonation:
/pɹowtənejʃən/

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  1. This process is called Protonation
  2. stereochemistry correct formal charge and protonation arrows like on the
  3. we do we would end up creating a situation where after protonation a
  4. point for the stereochemistry and then if you did have a protonation error or a
  5. The protonation in a moderate bone loss for example is around three times higher
  6. have the protonation of the purines bases. What is going to happen if you are going to
  7. have the protonation of the purine base bases at the acidic solution? You are going to disrupt
  8. acidic conditions where there is a protonation of the purine. The purine is lost and what
  9. of this protonation and deprotonation that can occur, histidine forms a large number
  10. that amount of protonation or deprotonation, ok, because the physiological pH of our blood
  11. we can consider the protonation of those two sites alone.
  12. know the pKa of Glutamic acid is low so the pH has to be low for particular protonation
  13. we also have the protonation of the purines bases. What is going to happen if you are
  14. going to have the protonation of the purine base bases at the acidic solution? You are
  15. acidic conditions where there is a protonation of the purine. The purine is lost and what
  16. acid through this first protonation we saw.
  17. okay let's take a look at a problem regarding protonation states and
  18. in this manner to assess protonation States so what what do we have we know
  19. and that's a little bit of information regarding pH pKa and protonation states.
  20. So over here we have complete protonation, and that's what