Ketose

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A ketose is any monosaccharide containing a ketone group (RC(=O)R'). Fructose is an example of a ketone.
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A ketose is any [[Monosaccharide|monosaccharide]] containing a [[Ketone|ketone]] group (RC(=O)R'). There are many possible types of ketoses with varying numbers of carbon molecules such as fructose (6 carbon) and ribulose (5 carbon).

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A ketose is any monosaccharide containing a ketone group (RC(=O)R'). There are many possible types of ketoses with varying numbers of carbon molecules such as fructose (6 carbon) and ribulose (5 carbon).

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