Use of Protecting Groups in Carbohydrate Synthesis

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Laboratory reactions involving carbohydrates often require the use of __________ groups due to the _______ sites of _______ present in them. Laboratory reactions involving carbohydrates often require the use of protecting groups due to the multiple sites of reactivity present in them.
Formation of ________ (an acetal) can be used to prevent unwanted reactions that would involve the _________ carbon in its __________ form Formation of glycoside(an acetal) can be used to prevent unwanted reactions that would involve the anomeric carbon in its hemiacetal form.
Common protecting groups for the alcohol functional groups in carbohydrates include _____, ______, and ______. Common protecting groups for the alcohol functional groups in carbohydrates include esters, ethers, and acetals.
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