What is the number of oxygen atoms in the ring portion of the haworth structure of glucose?

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What is the number of oxygen atoms in the ring portion of the haworth structure of glucose?

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2022-04-10T05:50:11+00:00 0 Answers 0

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  1. Ivy
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    2022-04-10T05:51:28+00:00

    Answer is: there is one oxygen atomin the ring portion of the Haworth structure of one molecule of glucose, five others oxygen atoms are not in the ring portion.
    There are furanose and pyranoseHaworth Projectionsfor all aldoses and hexoses, including glucose (Cu2086Hu2081u2082Ou2086).
    Haworth projection shows a pyranose as a hexagon and a furanose as a pentagon.

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