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. Sketch the ring structures of glucose and fructose. Based on the electron pairs surrounding the atoms of the rings, would you expect these rings to be planar (flat)?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Interpret the ring structure of glucose and fructose. Interpret whether the ring is planar or not based on pair of electrons.

Concept Introduction:

Glucose is an aldohexose as it contains 6 carbon atoms and an aldehyde group. Sucrose is a ketohexose as it contains 6 carbon atoms and a ketone group.

Both are monosaccharides and simplest form of a carbohydrate.

Explanation

Ring structure of glucose.

The r...

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