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Spencer L. Seager + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305960060

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Chapter 17, Problem 17.50E
Textbook Problem

Using structural characteristics, show why

a. lactose is a reducing sugar.

b. sucrose is not a reducing sugar.

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Chapter 17 Solutions

Chemistry for Today: General, Organic, and Biochemistry
Ch. 17 - Identify each of the following as a D or an L form...Ch. 17 - Identify each of the following as a D or an L form...Ch. 17 - Draw Fischer projections for both the D and L...Ch. 17 - Draw Fischer projections for both the D and L...Ch. 17 - How many chiral carbon atoms are there in each of...Ch. 17 - How many chiral carbon atoms are there in each of...Ch. 17 - How many aldoheptoses are possible? How many are...Ch. 17 - How many aldopentoses are possible? How many are...Ch. 17 - Why is the study of chiral molecules important in...Ch. 17 - What physical property is characteristic of...Ch. 17 - Classify each of the following monosaccharides as...Ch. 17 - Classify each of the following monosaccharides as...Ch. 17 - Draw Fischer projections of any aldotetrose and...Ch. 17 - Explain why certain carbohydrates are called...Ch. 17 - Explain why monosaccharides are soluble in water.Ch. 17 - Using a Fischer projection of a glucose molecule,...Ch. 17 - Identify each of the following as an or a form...Ch. 17 - Identify each of the following as an or a form...Ch. 17 - The structure of talose differs from galactose...Ch. 17 - The structure of mannose differs from glucose only...Ch. 17 - What is the difference between pyranose and...Ch. 17 - An unknown sugar failed to react with a solution...Ch. 17 - Explain how the cyclic compound -D- galactose can...Ch. 17 - Complete the following reactions: a. b. c.Ch. 17 - Use an arrow to identify the glycosidic linkage in...Ch. 17 - What monosaccharides are used in the synthesis of...Ch. 17 - Explain why D-glucose can be injected directly...Ch. 17 - Give two other names for D-glucose.Ch. 17 - Which of the following are ketohexoses? a....Ch. 17 - How do the hexoses glucose and galactose differ...Ch. 17 - Give the natural sources for each of the...Ch. 17 - Explain why fructose can be used as a low-calorie...Ch. 17 - What one monosaccharide is a component of all...Ch. 17 - Identify a disaccharide that fits each of the...Ch. 17 - What type of linkage is broken when disaccharides...Ch. 17 - Explain the process of how the hemiacetal group of...Ch. 17 - Why is invert sugar sweeter than sucrose?Ch. 17 - Sucrose and honey are commonly used sweeteners....Ch. 17 - Draw Haworth projection formulas of the...Ch. 17 - Using structural characteristics, show why a....Ch. 17 - What type of linkage, for example, (14), is...Ch. 17 - The disaccharide melibiose is present in some...Ch. 17 - Match the following structural characteristics to...Ch. 17 - Name a polysaccharide that fits each of the...Ch. 17 - Polysaccharides are abundant in celery, and yet...Ch. 17 - There are two solutions: 1 a 10 w/v waterglucose...Ch. 17 - Why does one mole of D-glucose only react with one...Ch. 17 - If 100g of sucrose is completely hydrolyzed to...Ch. 17 - Hexanal and 1-hexanol are liquids at room...Ch. 17 - Look at Figure 7.14 on page 233 Osmosis through...Ch. 17 - Suppose human intestinal bacteria were genetically...Ch. 17 - A sample of starch is found to have a molecular...Ch. 17 - The open-chain form of glucose constitutes only a...Ch. 17 - Aspartame Nutrasweet contains calories and yet is...Ch. 17 - From Figure 17.10, what two products form when the...Ch. 17 - Answer the question raised in Figure 17.16. What...Ch. 17 - Amylopectin is a component of starch, yet it does...Ch. 17 - Amylose is a straight-chain glucose polymer...Ch. 17 - Raffinose, a trisaccharide found in some plants,...Ch. 17 - The molecular formula for glucose is C6H12O6, and...Ch. 17 - Which of the follwing are composed of long chains...Ch. 17 - Identify each of the following as a monosaccharide...Ch. 17 - What is the general type of reaction used to...Ch. 17 - Glucose is a reducing sugar, which if boiled in...Ch. 17 - Which polysaccharide is a branched polymer of...

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