The aldotriose 2,3-dihydroxypropanal formed by oxidation of glycerol

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  • Glyceraldehyde — Glycéraldéhyde Glycéraldéhyde …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Glycéraldéhyde — Glycéraldéhyde …   Wikipédia en Français

  • glycéraldéhyde — ● glycéraldéhyde nom masculin Dénomination courante du dihydroxy 2,3 propanal, le plus simple des aldoses contenant un atome de carbone chiral. (Le glycéraldéhyde peut se transformer en dihydroxyacétone, et le mélange de ces deux composés… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • glyceraldehyde — [glis΄ər al′də hīd΄] n. the simplest aldehyde sugar, C3H6O3, used as the standard reference for carbohydrate structure and produced in the body by the oxidation of sugars …   English World dictionary

  • glyceraldehyde — /glɪsəˈrældəhaɪd/ (say glisuh ralduhhuyd) noun a crystalline aldose, C3H6O3, from which simple sugars are formally derived, having two enantiomers, dextrorotatory (D glyceraldehyde) and laevorotatory (L glyceraldehyde), which are the basis for… …   Australian English dictionary

  • glyceraldehyde — glicerolio aldehidas statusas T sritis chemija formulė H(CHOH)₂CHO atitikmenys: angl. glyceraldehyde rus. глицериновый альдегид ryšiai: sinonimas – gliceraldehidas sinonimas – 2,3 dihidroksipropanalis sinonimas – aldotriozė …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • glyceraldehyde — noun Etymology: glyceric acid + aldehyde Date: 1882 a sweet crystalline compound C3H6O3 that is formed as an intermediate in carbohydrate metabolism by the breakdown of sugars and that yields glycerol on reduction …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • glyceraldehyde — /glis euh ral deuh huyd /, n. Biochem. a white, crystalline, water soluble solid, C3H6O3, that is an intermediate in carbohydrate metabolism and yields glycerol on reduction. Also called glyceric aldehyde. [1880 85; GLYCER(IN) + ALDEHYDE] * * * …   Universalium

  • glyceraldehyde — A triose and the simplest optically active aldose; the dextrorotatory isomer is taken as the structural reference point for all d compounds, the levorotatory isomer for all l compounds. SYN: glyceric aldehyde. * * * glyc·er·al·de·hyde .glis ə ral …   Medical dictionary

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