gluconic acid


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glu·con·ic ac·id

(glū-kon'ik as'id),
The hexonic (aldonic) acid derived from glucose by oxidation of the -CHO group to -COOH.

gluconic acid

/glu·con·ic ac·id/ (gloo-kon´ik) the hexonic acid derived from glucose by oxidation of the C-1 aldehyde to a carboxyl group.

glu·con·ic ac·id

(glū-kon'ik as'id)
The hexonic (aldonic) acid derived from glucose by oxidation of the -CHO group to -COOH.
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