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$\alpha\;$ - D (+) glucose and $\;\beta\;$ - D (+) glucose are

$(a)\;enantiomers\qquad(b)\;geometrical\;isomers\qquad(c)\;epimers\qquad(d)\;anomers$

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Answer : anomers
Explanation :
Pairs of optical isomers which differ in the configuration only around $\;C_{1}\;$ atom are called anomers .
Eg :- $\;\alpha-D\;glucose\;,\beta-D\;glucose$
answered Mar 16, 2014 by yamini.v
 

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