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1. When an aldose reacts with Barfoed's reagent, what type of organic compound forms? What type of 

chemical reaction is this?


2. Explain why fructose, an α-hydroxyketose reacts with Benedict's reagent. What structural 

rearrangement is necessary for this reaction to occur?


3. Explain what happened when you mixed sucrose with Seliwanoff's reagent. Was this the result you 

expected? Explain your answer.

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Questions 4 1. When an aldose reacts with Barfoed's reagent, what type of organic compound forms? What type of chemical reaction is this? 2. Explain why fructose, an a-hydroxyketose reacts with Benedict's reagent. What structural © rearrangement is necessary for this reaction to occur? 3. Explain what happened when you mixed sucrose with Seliwanoff's reagent. Was this the result you expected? Explain your answer. I

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