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English: A colour-coded Fischer projection of D-glucose.
  • Red group: The aldehyde functional group
  • Blue group: The terminal asymmetric centre
  • Purple group: The terminal carbon (symmetric, therefore not a chiral centre)
Date 2006-11-06 (first version); 2006-11-06 (last version)
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