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 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). 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 Apr 14 at 18:24
• Also remember, the oxygens on carbonyl groups in both structures (alanine and aspartic acid) you have just put are $\mathrm{sp^2}$. 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. 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 Apr 14 at 19:44
• Which app you used to draw the structures? Apr 14 at 19:49
• @Eclipse239 I used the online interface at py-chemist.com Apr 14 at 19:51