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Module by: Chuck Bearden. E-mail the author

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Figure 1: Beta-sheets represented in three different rendering modes: cartoon, ribbon, and bond representations.
Secondary Structure: β-sheet
Cartoon representation Ribbon representation Bond representation
(a) Different parts of the polypeptide strand align with each other to form a β-sheet. This β-sheet is anti-parallel, because adjacent segments of the protein run in opposite directions.(b) β-sheets are sometimes referred to as β pleated sheets, because of the regular zig-zag of the strands evident in this representation. (c) Each segment in this representation represents a bond. Unlike the other two representations, side chains are illustrated. Note the alignment of oxygen atoms (red) toward nitrogen atoms (blue) on adjacent strands. This alignment is due to hydrogen bonding, the primary interaction involved in stabilizing secondary structure.
 Cartoon representation  (/content/m11614/latest/beta_sheet_cartoon.JPG) Ribbon representation  (/content/m11614/latest/beta_sheet_ribbon.JPG) Bond representation  (/content/m11614/latest/beta_sheet_bond.JPG)

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Complex Fourier Series (Square Wave)

sqt=k-3-1132iπke(i)2πktT sq t k k -3 -1 1 3 2 k 2 k t T
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Exercise 1: Math Problem.

I write this module today, and I live to the year 2066 (hallelujah!). When can you make use of it?

Solution

It's a trick question, this text is available under a license that allows you to use it now. Nonethless, the copyright on this text will last until Jan 20. 2136. That's 132 years from now.

Table 1: Table with footnotes
Presently, you can't put a note[@type="footnote"] in a table cell.
This cell contains a link footnote.
This cell contains a cnxn that shouldn't become a footnote. See Figure 1. This cell contains a cnxn that should become a footnote. See (Reference).

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