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13-45 (Chemical Connections 13El Review the structural formulas for lycopene and /3-carotene (Problems 12-70 and 12-71), two natural food-coloring agents, and compare their structural formulas with those of Allura Red and Sunset Yellow. What structural feature or features do these four compounds have in common that might account for the fact that each is colored? (cl Why are these two food and cosmetic dyes soluble in water while lycopene and -carotene are not?

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13-45 (Chemical Connections 13El

  1. Review the structural formulas for lycopene and /3-carotene (Problems 12-70 and 12-71), two natural food-coloring agents, and compare their structural formulas with those of Allura Red and Sunset Yellow.

  • What structural feature or features do these four compounds have in common that might account for the fact that each is colored?
  • (cl Why are these two food and cosmetic dyes soluble in water while lycopene and -carotene are not?

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