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English: D-Glucose shifting into β-D-glucose
Deutsch: Von dem asymmetrischen C-Atom geht das Wasserstoffatom zur Sauerstoffdoppelbindung, verbindet sich und aus der Doppelbindung wird eine Einfachbindung. Dadurch gibt es am obersten Kohlenstoffatom nur 3 Substituenten und deshalb verbindet sich das oberste Kohlenstoffatom mit dem Sauerstoffatom, so entsteht die Ringform.
Die in der Fischer-Projektion rechts stehenden Liganden zeichnet man in der Ringform nach unten und die links stehenden nach oben.
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Source Made by me with xdrawchem and gimp.
Author Wikimuzg

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