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What does ‘D’ in GADP (glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate) stand for?

I am going to reiterate what @andselisk said in the comments. The "D" in GADP can also refer to the D-isomer of the molecule. Notice in the below reaction that Fructose-1,6-bisphosphate is ...
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What does ‘D’ in GADP (glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate) stand for?

PubChem provides a list of synonyms, amongst which the most reasonable lead to the acronym GADP is "Glyceraldehyde, 3-(dihydrogen phosphate), D- (8CI)" Acronyms don't always have to be very ...
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Is the acceleration of the low-temperature allotropic conversion of β-form white tin by the presence of α-form grey tin really considered catalysis?

There are elements of catalysis present. Let's presume $\ce{A -> P}$ proceeds by a single elementary step. The two states of $\ce{A}$ and of $\ce{P}$ can be compared with each other by a change of ...
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