pyranose


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pyranose

 [pir´ah-nōs]
a six-membered ring structure formed by the reaction of the carbonyl group and a hydroxy group of a sugar to form a hemiacetal.

py·ra·nose

(pī'ră-nōs),
A six-membered-ring sugar in the form of a six-membered ring in which the oxygen bridge forms a pyran.

pyranose

/pyr·a·nose/ (pir´ah-nōs) any sugar containing the five-carbon pyran ring structure; it is a cyclic form that ketoses and aldoses may take in solution.

pyr·a·nose

(pīr'ă-nōs)
A cyclic form of a sugar in which the oxygen bridge forms a pyran.

pyranose

a six-membered ring structure formed by the reaction of the carbonyl group and a hydroxy group of a sugar to form a hemiacetal.
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1]) and the skeletal vibration of pyranose ring (935, 851, 761, 579, and 536 [cm.
2%, attributing to the pyranose ring structure in the common carbohydrate compound.
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These results represent the role of the pyranose ring on the mechanism of action.
The COSY spectrum confirmed the presence of free N-acetylneuraminic acid by showing cross-peaks from the pyranose ring protons of the carbon-3 atom (1.
This is an elegant demonstration of how NMR helps to visualize the pyranose cycle chair conformation.
Ceric ion is a strong oxidizing agent that can oxidize pyranose rings of starch to produce free radicals ([Ce.
84 ppm were assigned to the pyranose ring protons of carbon-3 of the [beta] anomer.