Carbon atoms types in amino-acids [closed]

I'm looking for a table or another kind of schema where I can find which type of carbon atoms (sp3, sp2 etc.) are present in each amino-acid. In my biochemistry books these informations are not available.

I looked also on pubchem (e.g. glycine), and I found some information about alanine, aspartic acid, methionine.

• For those who downvote my question, please specify why in order to improve it – Gennaro Arguzzi Apr 14 at 18:09
• I didn't downvote you but it is beneficial if you put how much work you have been done so far. Also, please clarify your info (e.g., see Nisarg Bhavsar's comment elsewhere). – Mathew Mahindaratne Apr 14 at 18:18
• For instance, carboxylic carbon and carbonyl oxygen in glycine is $\mathrm{sp^2}$. The rest of the atoms in the molecule is $\mathrm{sp^3}$ ($\ce{C,N,O}$. It is more complicated than that but for your level of knowledge, this is good enough – Mathew Mahindaratne Apr 14 at 18:24
• Also remember, the oxygens on carbonyl groups in both structures (alanine and aspartic acid) you have just put are $\mathrm{sp^2}$. – Mathew Mahindaratne Apr 14 at 18:29
• It is not tabulated because you should be able to figure it out for yourself if you ever need to. If you pick up a good general chemistry textbook somewhere it will explain hybridisation. And there are lots of resources on the Internet to learn from, too. Mathew's comments are pretty much it, actually. – orthocresol Apr 14 at 19:00

Sr. No. Name Structure Hybridization and Number of Carbon
1 Serine $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=2$$
2 Threonine $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=3$$
3 Tyrosine $$sp=0\\sp^2=7\\sp^3=2$$
4 Asparagine $$sp=0\\sp^2=2\\sp^3=2$$
5 Glutamine $$sp=0\\sp^2=2\\sp^3=3$$
6 Glycine $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=1$$
7 Alanine $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=2$$
8 Cysteine $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=2$$
9 Valine $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=4$$
10 Leucine $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=5$$
11 Isoleucine $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=5$$
12 Proline $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=4$$
13 Methionine $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=4$$
14 Phenylalanine $$sp=0\\sp^2=7\\sp^3=2$$
15 Tryptophan $$sp=0\\sp^2=9\\sp^3=2$$
16 Aspartic acid $$sp=0\\sp^2=2\\sp^3=2$$
17 Glutamic acid $$sp=0\\sp^2=2\\sp^3=3$$
18 Lysine $$sp=0\\sp^2=1\\sp^3=5$$
19 Arginine $$sp=0\\sp^2=2\\sp^3=4$$
20 Histidine $$sp=0\\sp^2=4\\sp^3=2$$
• Fantastic table @NisargBhavsar – Gennaro Arguzzi Apr 14 at 19:44
• Which app you used to draw the structures? – Eclipse239 Apr 14 at 19:49
• @Eclipse239 I used the online interface at py-chemist.com – Nisarg Bhavsar Apr 14 at 19:51