- Cyclic monosaccharides known as anomers differ from one another by the orientation of their C-1 or C-2 carbons.
- For aldoses, it is C-1 and C-2 for ketoses.
The following are two examples of glucose's cyclic hemiacetal form:
Example of anomers are α-D -Glucose, and β-D -glucose, because the position of a hydroxyl group at carbon 1(C1) is different.
What are Anomers?
Cyclic monosaccharides known as anomers differ from one another depending on whether they include C-1 or C-2 carbons.
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