Fractose does not have an aldehydic group, why?, Chemistry

Although fractose does not have an aldehydic group, it reacts with Fehling solution Explain why?

Ans)  Fructose is a ketone first we cnvert it into aldehyde by reacting fructse with 2 moles of phenyl hydrizine then it converted into aldehyde then it react with Fehling solution

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