Answer to Question #72554 in Organic Chemistry for Kosta SPYROU
On Earth there are 4 DNA Bases: A-T and G-C.
With Chemical Synthetic Biology they are made additionaly
8 DNA Bases: X-K, J-V, iG-iC and P-Z.
Could there be additionaly 4 DNA Bases where the 3 Hydrogen Bonds are on the same side of the one Base from the two Bases?
(On the one Base are 3 N-H and on the other Base are 3 Oxygens!!!...)
[Can the middle Oxygen make a Hydrogen Bond or not?.]