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What is the difference between the three-dimensional structure of D-type linear glucose and L-type linear glucose?

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the three-dimensional spatial structures of D-type linear glucose and L-type linear glucose are opposite

D-glucose passing α- 1.4-glucoside bond to form starch. Starch is helical, and each helix contains 6 glucose units. Because of the asymmetric structure of D-glucose, the helix formed by starch is all in one direction

the three-dimensional structure of L-type linear glucose polymer must be opposite to that of D-type glucan

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