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Sucrose has 12 carbon atoms in the molecule.

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Answered 2017-11-16 20:57:40

The chemical formula for a molecule of table sugar (sucrose) is C12H22O11, so there are 12 carbon atoms in one molecule of table sugar.

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One molecule of table sugar has 45 atoms.


There are eleven oxygen atoms in a molecule of table sugar C12H22O11.


The chemical formula of table sugar (sucrose in English language) is:C12H22O11; consequently the sugar molecule contain 12 atoms of carbon, 22 atoms of hydrogen and 11 atoms of oxygen.


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Table sugar has the chemical name and formula of sucrose (C12H22O11). For every one mole of sucrose, 12 moles of carbon are contained. In order to calculate moles you take 12 multiplied by Avogadro's number of 6.0221413 x 10^23. That would equal 7.2x10^24 atoms of carbon per molecule of sucrose.


If there are 2 moles of sugar. and 12 atoms of carbon per sugar molecule then there will be 24 moles of carbon atoms.


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Table sugar (sucrose) contains 12 atoms of carbon (C), 22 atoms of hydrogen (H) and 11 atoms of oxygen (O) for each molecule. So, the number of molecules in sugar will depend on the weight of sugar you have. The more the weight, the more molecules. But in one molecule of sugar there are 45 atoms.


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The formula for sucrose (common sugar) is C12H22O11 , there are 11 oxygen atoms


12. The formula C12H22O11 means that there are 12 carbon atoms (C12), 22 hydrogen atoms (H22), and 11 oxygen atoms (O11).


135. The empirical formula for sucrose (table sugar) is C12H22O11, for 45 atoms per sucrose molecule.