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|copper(ii) hydroxide||saccharose||water||copper(i) oxide||D-Gluconic acid; Gluconic acid|
|(xanh)||(không màu)||(không màu)||(xanh lam đậm)|
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Other Condition: heat up
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Saccharozoins reacts with Cu(OH)2 solution under heating conditions
In a full sentence, you can also say Cu(OH)2 (copper(ii) hydroxide) reacts with C12H22O11 (saccharose) and produce H2O (water) and Cu2O (copper(i) oxide) and C6H12O7 (D-Gluconic acid; Gluconic acid)
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copper(ii) hydroxide2C6H12O6 + Cu(OH)2 → 2H2O + (C6H11O6)2Cu Cu(OH)2 + 2C12H22O11 → H2O + 2Cu2O + C6H12O7 2CH3COOH + Cu(OH)2 → 2H2O + (CH3COO)2Cu View all equations with Cu(OH)2 as reactant
saccharoseCu(OH)2 + 2C12H22O11 → H2O + 2Cu2O + C6H12O7 H2O + C12H22O11 → C6H12O6 + C6H12O6 C12H22O11 → 12C + 11H2O View all equations with C12H22O11 as reactant