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H2O + C12H22O11 → C6H12O6 | Equation Balance

H2O | water | solid + C12H22O11 | sucrose | solid = C6H12O6 | fructose | solid | Temperature: temperature, Other Condition excess chlorine

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Reaction conditions when applied H2O + C12H22O11

  • Catalyst: not available
  • Temperature: normal
  • Pressure: normal
  • Other conditions: acid

Reaction process H2O + C12H22O11

Process: Add the saccharose solution to the test tube, add a drop of H2SO4, heat for 2-3 minutes

Note: Mirror coating reaction occurred. when heating a solution with an acid as a catalyst, saccharose is hydrolysed to produce glucose and fructose. Fructose structure is different from glucose. Fructose is sweeter than glucose. The hydrolysis reaction also occurs under the action of enzyme at normal temperature

The result of the reaction H2O + C12H22O11

The phenomenon: Then add NaOH solution to neutralize. Put the obtained solution into the test tube containing AgNO3 solution in ammonia. Ag precipitate will appear. It indicates that the product contains glucose.

Detailed information on the reactants

Information about H2O (water)

  • Atomic weight: 18.01528 ± 0.00044
  • Color: Không màu
  • Status: Lỏng

Information about C12H22O11 (sucrose)

  • Atomic weight: 342.2965
  • Color: updating
  • Status: updating

Detailed information about the products of the reaction

Information about C6H12O6 (fructose)

  • Atomic weight: 180.1559
  • Color: bột trắng
  • Status: Chất rắn

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The equations for preparation H2O

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