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What is the insoluble carbohydrate with big molecules?

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Why carbohydrates are insoluble in ethers?

Carbohydrates are polar molecules with a lot of -OH functional groups attached to it. This makes them capable of hydrogen bonding, which is one trait of polar protic compounds

Can you tell if a molecule is a carbohydrates?

In the chemical formula there should be twice the amount of hydrogen atoms than oxygen atoms and the formula should contain Carbon. Example: C6H12O6 Sources: Exploring Cr