Sugars 11.30.11

Sugars 11.30.11 - 6. Which of the above sugars can be a...

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Susie Lee (susie.lee714@hotmail.com) Sugars SI sessions CHEM 222 Sun 6-7p BLOC 105 11/30/11 6-7p Mon 6-7p BLOC 105 Wed 6-7p BLOC 105 1. Draw the L-version of the above linear sugars. 2. Convert the linear sugars into its cyclic form. 3. Modify the above sugars into the 2-deoxy-sugars, sugar alcohol, and its respective carboxylic acid. 4. Draw the alpha and beta version of glucose. 5. In the sucrose diagram, what kind of glucose and fructose is shown? What kind of bond?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Which of the above sugars can be a reducing sugar? Why? 7. Polysaccharides used for energy storage. Susie Lee (susie.lee714@hotmail.com) Sugars SI sessions CHEM 222 Sun 6-7p BLOC 105 11/30/11 6-7p Mon 6-7p BLOC 105 Wed 6-7p BLOC 105 8. Polysaccharides used for structure....
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