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$$\alpha-\mathrm{D}-(+)$$-glucose and $$\beta-\mathrm{D}-(+)$$-glucose are: 


A
anomers
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B
enantiomers
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C
conformers
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D
epimers
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Solution

The correct option is A anomers
Option (A) is correct.
                   $$\alpha-\mathrm{D}-(+)$$-glucose and $$\beta-\mathrm{D}-(+)$$-glucose are those diastereomers that differ in configuration at C- 1 atom. Such isomers are referred as anomers. In this case, C-1 carbon atom is the anomeric carbon atom.

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