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Elements and Compounds
What is the molecular structure of sucrose?
Asked in Chemical Bonding
Is sucrose covalent molecular or covalent network?
How does the molecular formula for sucrose compare to maltose?
Asked in Chemistry
Which pair of molecules share the same chemical composition but differ in molecular structure?
What is the atomic structure of sugar?
Oxygen can be described as a molecular element Sucrose can be described as a molecular compound Explain why these descriptions are appropriate?
How many carbon atoms are in one molecule of sucrose?
Asked in Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry
How does the molecular formula for sucrose compared to maltose?
Asked in Biology, Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
Sucrose molecular weight?
the molecular formula for sucrose is C12H22O11. in order for you to get the molecular weight of this compound you would take the molecular weight of carbon 12.0107 and multiply that by 12, the molecular weight of hydrogen 1.0079 times 22, and the molecular weight of oxygen 15.9994 times 11 and add them all together. should be 342.296 g/mol.
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Chemistry
How much mass of sucrose is needed to make 50ml of a 1.75M sucrose solution?
What is the molecular formula of sugar?
It depends on the kind of sugar you are talking about. If you are talking about glucose or fructose, the molecular formula is C6H12O6 (glucose and fructose only differ in structure but have the same formula). Sucrose, which is common table sugar, has the molecular formula C12H22O11. Scientifically, the word "sugar" is used for any mono- or di-saccharide. Sugar added in food is called sucrose. Sugar naturally found in fruit is called fructose.
Asked in Earth Sciences
On the molecular structure of a diamond the term crystal refers to?