The oxoarbenium ion intermediate, which features a carbon-oxygen double bond and positive charge, is extremely important in the chemistry of sugars. In this webcast, we'll investigate mutarotation, acetal exchange, and N-glycosidic bond formation, three examples of reactions involving oxocarbenium ion intermediates.
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