Aldaric Acid

The compound obtained by replacing both the aldehyde group and the hydroxymethyl group (CH2OH) in the molecule of the open-chain form of an aldose with carboxylic acid groups is called an alderic acid.

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See also aldonic acid, uronic acid, and alditol.

 

 

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