What are the stereoisomers in the chemical structure of baycol?
what do this mean stereoisomers mean
How are the colors produced by a chemical when it burns related to the atomic structure of the chemical?
Your question is not specific enough - what do you mean by isomer? If you mean stereoisomers (likely question with biomolecules) the two most common stereoisomers of glucose are L-glucose and D-glucose. There are 4 chiral carbons in glucose so there would be 42 or 16 possible stereoisomers. The other most important stereoisomers would be mannose and galactose.
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