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 What is sucrose in?

Answer Sucrose is another name for common white table sugar. It occurs naturally in sugar beets, sugarcane, fruits and vegetables. Sucrose is added to items such as baked goods, beer and wine, soft drinks... Read More »
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What happens when sucrose is heated?

Sucrose, commonly known as table sugar, is an organic compound made up of one molecule of fructose and one molecule of glucose. As sucrose is heated, it passes through the various stages important ... Read More »
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What is the structure of sucrose?

Sucrose is a type of sugar produced by plants and used for energy by animals. It is composed of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen atoms.Common NameThe common name for sucrose is table sugar.StructureSucr... Read More »
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What is the color of sucrose?

Pure sucrose (the chemical name for ordinary table sugar) is white and crystalline. Brown sugar and other off-white table sugars are not 100 percent sucrose, but retain other materials that give th... Read More »
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What is sucrose polycottonseedate?

Sucrose polycottonseedate is a plant-based fatty acid that is combined with sucrose (also known as table sugar) to create a sucrose fatty acid ester. Though this may sound like some kind of kitchen... Read More »
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