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E. Do the glucose and fructose fit easilyr together to form a sucrose molecule? In order to join the molecules, remove an DH end from one molecule and an H end from another.
Cut along dotted lines. 1?. Does removing the H and the DH ends now allow the molecules to fit easily together? 3. The H and DH ends that were removed can also fit together with each other to form a
molecule. This new molecule has a molecule formula of and is called El. Write the molecular formula for sucrose by adding together the molecular formulas for
glucose and fructose and then subtracting water, H20. {Use suucmral formulas for this, not the models.) CHpH
1-1 0 1-1 CHSDH 1-1
H H H 0 H H Sucrose Glucose Fructose cape

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glucose and fructose combine to form sucrose only after an HOH is removed. #6 yes,... View the full answer

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