• # question_answer $\alpha -D- Glucose and \beta - D-glucose$ differ from each other due to difference in one carbon with respect to its A) size of hemiacetal ring      B) number of OH groups C) configuration       D)   conformation

$\alpha$ and $\beta -D-glucoses$ differ in the arrangement of groups around one carbon atom ($({{C}_{1}})$ i.e., they differ in configuration at ${{C}_{1}}$ hence these are also known as anomers.