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Q: Glucose plus fructose sucrose minus water what chemical reaction is this?
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What is the chemical reaction of sucrose and glucose?

Sucrose is formed from glucose and fructose.


What chemical reaction is glucose fructose sucrose water?

This reaction is called "dehydration synthesis".


What chemical reaction is sucrose plus water glucose plus fructose?

This reaction is called hydrolysis.


Sucrose plus water equals glucose plus fructose?

sucrose + water = glucose + fructose is the chemical equation for the hydrolysis of sucrose into glucose and fructose.


What chemical reaction is happening sucrose plus water glucose plus fructose?

This reaction is called hydrolysis.


What are reactants and products of the fructose plus glucose equals sucrose reaction?

reactants: fructose and glucose product: sucrose


What chemical reaction makes up hydrolysis of disaccharides?

sucrose + water going into glucose + fructose


What reaction produces sucrose from glucose and fructose?

Condensation!


Sucrose water equals glucose fructose is an example of what type of reaction?

sucrose + water --> glucose + fructose is an example of Hydrolysis of disaccharides


What are the products of a condensation reaction between glucose and fructose?

sucrose


What type of chemical reaction would cause sucrose to break up into simpler units?

Hydrolysis (by water, H2O) of sucrose results in glucose + fructose


Do glucose and fructose fit together easily to form a sucrose molecule?

Yes, they do. Glucose and Fructose go through a condensation reaction to make sucrose (since H2O is taken out of the equation). Fructose and sucrose are isomers.

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