Answer :

Nucleosides are linked to phosphoric acid at 5’ carbon of the sugar moiety to form a nucleotide. To form a dinucleotide, two nucleotides are linked by phosphodiester linkage between the 5’ and 3’ carbon atom of adjacent pentose sugars. Phosphoric acid is involved in the formation of this linkage.


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