In some cases, alcohol is known as an acid, and in other cases, it is a base. Glucose is neither an acid nor a base. Glucose is known as a simple sugar.
No amino acid is present in glucose. Glucose is a carbohydrate, not a protein.
acid into base
No glucose is a sugar.
Glucose oxidase that converts the carbonyl (aldehyde) carbon of glucose to a carboxylic acid.
An acid can turn into a base if you mix a much stronger base with it! That way the base acid overpowers the acid and makes the acid a base!
Acid + base conjugate base + conjugate acid
it is the conversion of glucose into lactic acid
It is neither, Glucose is a carbohydrate.
it is an acid
To neutalize an acid with a base you must put the base in the acid, that will give the substance pH of 7 which is neutral. You can also neutralize a base with an acid, but putting the acid in the base.
Sulfuric Acid is a powerful acid and not a base.
Its a acid base simply acid ;)
Sugar means Kitchen sugar used to sweeten ediables. Sugar is made of 2 molecules of Glucose and Fructose one each. If you see chemical structure of glucose it has more -OH radicals then others. -COOH is stands for carbonic acid.
It is a base neither acid nor base, because it doesn't react with base nor acid!
The process by which glucose is broken down into pyruvic acid is called glycolysis.
The base which a certain acid turns into.Every acid had a conjugate base:HX (acid) X- (conjugate base)The acid is also called the base's conjugate acid.
It is a acid base.
it is a base tada.. ^^
i think we add acid into a base,as we can observe it in the titration process.....
The difference between glucose and hexanoic acid is that hexanoic acid has a higher Hydrogen per Carbon content than glucose. Because of the high Hydrogen per Carbon content, Hexanoic Acid produces more energy than Glucose when it goes through cellular respiration.
Can what act as an acid or a base?