why glucose and fructose form the same osazone crystals, Chemistry

Glucose and fructose differ in their structer at 1st two carbon atom c1 and c2 only.In osazone formation tthere two carbon atoms take part in the reaction and during osazone formation the structural dissimilarities at c1 and c2 disapears .Hense they give same osazone

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