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What is C3H7O6P?

(a) Glyceraldehydes’ 3-phosphate

(b) 3-bisphosphoglycerate

(c) NADPH

(d) Tryptophan

This question was addressed to me by my school principal while I was bunking the class.

My enquiry is from Anaerobic Fermentation topic in portion Biomass Energy of Energy Engineering

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Right answer is (a) Glyceraldehydes’ 3-phosphate

For explanation I would say: Glyceraldehydes’ 3-phosphate, also known as trio-phosphate and abbreviated as G3P, GALP or PGAL, is a chemical compound that occurs as an intermediate in several central metabolic pathways of all organisms. It is a phosphate ester of the 3-carbon sugar glyceraldehydes and has chemical formula C3H7O6P.

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