Aldose

Aldose is a simple, pure sugar in which the carbon backbone chain has an aldehyde group. Most of the aldose molecules have a clinical structure and form a six-ring shape. Ribose, glucose, Erythrose, and galactose are examples of aldose. The chemical name of aldose sugar depends upon the number of carbon atoms present in them. It is mostly found in plants, for example, glucose

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