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Isomerization of Sugars

  • Momcilo Miljković
Chapter

Abstract

In 1846 Dubrunfaut [1] observed that the optical rotation of a freshly dissolved α-d-glucose in water was changing with time and that after several hours it became constant.

Keywords

General Acid Deuterium Oxide Hydroxyl Group Oxygen Bifunctional Catalyst Pyranose Ring 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Biochemistry & Molecular BiologyPennsylvania State UniversityHersheyUSA

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