CHEM 321A
l. A. What is the effect of using sorbitol (sample 2) in place of sucrose (sample 1) on slow set pectin; Table 1)? B. Explain the chemical mechanism
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A. Firmness is greater when sorbitol is used.

B. ?

C. Firmness is lower when sorbitol is used.

D. ?


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l. A. What is the effect of using sorbitol (sample 2) in place of sucrose (sample 1) on slow set pectin; Table 1)?
B. Explain the chemical mechanism of the effects of sorbitol on slow set pectin gelation. C. What is the effect of using sorbitolgsample 8) in place of sucrose (sample 7) on gelatin gelation (Table 1)?
D. Gelatin forms gel networks through hydrogen bonding. Explain how sorbitol would potentially interact
differently with gelatin than sucrose. Table 1: Gel Firmness Rating
Sample # Firmness Rep 1 Firmness Rep 2
1 2 2 2 3 3
r7 8 8
8 7 7

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