Glycoside Formation

Danielle Thibeadeaux
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When a small amount of gaseous ______ is passed into a solution of D-(+)-glucose in ________ a reaction takes place that results in the formation of _______ ______ _______
Carbohydrate acetals are usually called _________. Acetals of glucose are called ______. Acetals of mannose are called _______. Acetals of fructose are called ________. Carbohydrate acetals are usually called glycosides. Acetals of glucose are called glucosides. Acetals of mannose are called mannosides. And acetals of fructose are called fructosides.
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Glycosides are stable in _______ solutions because they are _____. Glycosides are stable in basic solutions because they are acetals.
Glycosides undergo ________ in an ________ solution to produce _______ and an _______ because they are ______. This alcohol that is obtained from the hydrolysis is known as _____ Glycosides undergo hydrolysis in an acidic solution to produce sugar and an alcohol because they are acetals. This alcohol that is obtained from the hydrolysis is known as aglycone.
The glycoside salicin is found in what? What can it ultimately be converted to? The bark of willow trees, which is ultimately converted to aspirin(from salicylic acid).
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