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1 the dianion of glucaric acid, the aldaric acid derived from either glucose or gulose. There are two enantiomers l‐ and d‐glucarate; d‐glucarate, formerly known as saccharate, is derived from either d‐glucose or l‐gulose (and vice versa for l‐glucarate).


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