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Question: What happens to a carbohydrate when it is boiled in 1M HCl (HydroChloride) for one hour ??

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Old 04-12-2007, 07:49 AM
Jake
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Default Question: What happens to a carbohydrate when it is boiled in 1M HCl (HydroChloride) for one hour ??



Hello,

I have tried to figure out what happens to a carbohydrate when it is boiled
in 1 Mol/L hydrochloride for 1 hour, but I don't know what the answer is.

Can anybody help me?

Thank you.



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Old 04-14-2007, 08:08 AM
Stefan Schüßler
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Default Question: What happens to a carbohydrate when it is boiled in1M HCl (HydroChloride) for one hour ??

Jake schrieb:


Well at first it would be useful to know what Carbonhydrate you mean...

Glucose for example is monomer...and in acid it will trnsform between
some ringforms and also chainforms...but in the end its still glucose.

Saccharose consists of two of this monomer-units...if you boil it in
Acid,then you will split the saccharose into its two monomer-units.

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