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What is hydrophobic exclusion?

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March 21, 2014 6:24AM

When non- polar molecules "shrink" from contact with water; they are considered hydrophobic. Hydrophobic means "water fearing", while polar molecules are hydrophilic, meaning "water loving".

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-liquid -High specific heat -high heat of evaporation -solvent of polar molecules -effecting adhesion -effecting cohesion -effecting hydrophobic exclusion

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All of these support tertiary structure in protein: hydrogen bonds, covalent, Ionic bonds, and Hydrophobic exclusion

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Always - hydrocarbons are hydrophobic entities.

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yes, all oils are hydrophobic