Question: 2) Consider The Monosaccharides Glucose, Mannose, Galactose, Fructose, And Ribose A) One Way We’ve Seen To Draw Sugars Is As A Hawthorn Projection, Where The Sugar Ring Is Depicted As Flat And Perpendicular To The Plane Of The Paper, And The Hydroxyl Groups Point Directly Above Or Below The Ring. Below Is The Hawthorn Projection Of Glucose: CH,OH O …

Question: 2) Consider The Monosaccharides Glucose, Mannose, Galactose, Fructose, And Ribose A) One Way We’ve Seen To Draw Sugars Is As A Hawthorn Projection, Where The Sugar Ring Is Depicted As Flat And Perpendicular To The Plane Of The Paper, And The Hydroxyl Groups Point Directly Above Or Below The Ring. Below Is The Hawthorn Projection Of Glucose: CH,OH O …

2) Consider the monosaccharides glucose, mannose, galactose, fructose, and ribose A) One way weve seen to draw sugars is as

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2) Consider the monosaccharides glucose, mannose, galactose, fructose, and ribose A) One way we’ve seen to draw sugars is as a Hawthorn projection, where the sugar ring is depicted as flat and perpendicular to the plane of the paper, and the hydroxyl groups point directly above or below the ring. Below is the Hawthorn projection of glucose: CH,OH O OH OH OH 3 OH B-D-Glucose Draw the Hawthorn projections of the other monosaccharides listed above. Make all of them the beta form and assume they are the more common enantiomer. B) Which of the sugars are six membered rings and which are five membered rings? C) Which of the sugars are derived from aldehydes and which are from ketones? D) Which sugars are stereoisomers of each other?