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draw the ring structure of glucose,fructose,maltose,galactose.

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do you know the chemical formula for any of these?
yes of gulcose only

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can you draw glucose ?
no.@UnkleRhaukus not in a good way. b
@UnkleRhaukus can u draw the structure i mean ring structure of sucrose &maltose.
ill make a model of it .
okay i hav to wait for it?
yeah to connect 55 atoms takes time
actually that sounds like heaps of work, can t you just copy a picture of wiki?
no.okay wait i hav solution of this problem
hav u gt an it
ok i have constructed some sucrose, i will up load picture in a min
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i dont want that one
great

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