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# Question 8Predict the product formed when D-galactose undergoes reaction with nitric acid: OH OHOhOHHO-OHHOHOHO-HO-HO_OHOHKOOHOHCrohCH-OHOHOH...

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###### Question 8Predict the product formed when D-galactose undergoes reaction with nitric acid: OH OHOhOHHO-OHHOHOHO-HO-HO_OHOHKOOHOHCrohCH-OHOHOH

Question 8 Predict the product formed when D-galactose undergoes reaction with nitric acid: OH OH Oh OH HO- OH HO HO HO- HO- HO_ OH OH KO OH OH Croh CH-OH OH OH  #### Similar Solved Questions

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