Cyclization of D-Galactose: Exploring Alpha and Beta Anomers
The cyclization of D-galactose is a process that can produce two distinct anomers, alpha and beta, which present different physical and chemical properties. The alpha anomer is formed when the C-1 hydroxyl group of the galactose molecule is involved in the cyclization, while the beta anomer is formed when the C-4 hydroxyl group is involved (Zhang, 2019). Both anomers can be generated through a variety of mechanisms. One common mechanism for the cyclization of D-galactose is the formation of a cyclic acetal, which occurs through the reaction of the C-1 and C-4 hydroxyl groups with an aldehyde group (Wang et al., 2021). The resulting product is an ?-D-galactopyranose. Similarly, a ?-D-galactopyranose can be formed through the reaction of the C-1 hydroxyl group with a ketone group (Zhao et al., 2017). In addition, the cyclization of D-galactose can be achieved through the formation of a lactone, which occurs when a carboxylic acid group reacts with the C-1 hydroxyl group (Liu et al., 2016). Cont…..
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