What happens to the oxygen atoms from glucose?

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  1. What happens when glucose breaks down? Or what happens when glucose converts to starch? Or are you talking about some other situation?

    Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "glucose 'oxygen atoms'" to get these possible sources:
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    I hope this helps. If not, you might try your own search. Thanks for asking.

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