Draw a possible transition state for the bimolecular reaction depicted here. (The blue spheres are nitrogen atoms, and the red ones are oxygen atoms.) Use dashed lines to represent the bonds that are in the process of being broken or made in the transition state. [Section 14.6]
The nitrogen bases are: Adenine (A) Guanine (G) Cytosine (C) Thymine (T) c. RNA = ribonucleic acid 1) This is also found in cells, but its role is in the manufacture of proteins. 2) DNA codes for the protein, but RNA does the actual “work” in putting the amino acids together in the correct sequence 3) RNA has one strand of nucleotides. 4) Its sugar is ribose (a monosaccharide). 5) The N-bases are the same except RNA contains thymine (T) instead of uracil.