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What Is the Stuctural Formula for Glucose?

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the structural formula for glucose is six carbon atoms, twelve hydrogen atoms, and six oxygen atoms. It is written like this: C6H12O6.
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I believe that you are inquiring about the molecular formulae. The molecular formulae of the compounds you asked about, and the molecular formula of any organic compound for that
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You are correct. They are all the same :) I think the only thing that makes them different is their structure. Look up the molecular stucture of these sugars.They may help you clear
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