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  • Two Sugar Molecules
    413 words
    There are three principal kinds of carbohydrates and each are classified according to the number of sugar molecules they contain. Monosaccharides, such as ribose, glucose, and fructose, contain only one sugar molecule. Disaccharides consist of two sugar molecules linked covalently. Familiar examples are sucrose (table sugar), maltose (malt sugar), and lactose (milk sugar). Polysaccharides, such as cellulose and starch, contain many sugar molecules linked together. Monosaccharides are organic com...
  • Carbohydrates In The Form Of Simple Sugar
    631 words
    Carbohydrates are a unique kind of compound due to the atoms carbohydrate contain and because of the structure of the compound. To begin a carbohydrates include such compounds as simple sugars and complex starches. This means that there is no set structure for a carbohydrate, but all carbohydrates contain carbon as one of its principle atoms. In fact the name, carbohydrate, indicates the presents of carbon as one of the principal atoms in the compound. Other atoms carbohydrates almost always use...
  • Carbohydrates And Lipids Fats
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    Carbohydrates and lipids / fats are a very important part of our lives. They have many similarities and differences among each other, which distinguish them from other macromolecules. Carbohydrates, which include sugar and their polymers, are used by organisms for fuel and building material. They come in many various forms going from simplicity to complexity. The simplest, monosaccharides, compose of single sugars whose parts are arranged around asymmetric carbons. They generally have a molecula...
  • Actual Crystallization Of Solid Sugar Crystals
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    Melt Suspension Crystallization (MSC) is a technique, that can be used for large scale separation and ultra purification of organic compounds. Because of the high selectivity of crystallization, the moderate operating conditions, and the relatively low latent heat of fusion, the energy consumption of these kind of processes is low. Furthermore, the use and regeneration of toxic or explosive solvents can be avoided. Thus, MSC can be regarded as an environmentally and economically promising techni...
  • Two Molecules Of D Glucose
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    Monosaccharide also called SIMPLE SUGAR, any of the basic compounds that serve as the building blocks of carbohydrates. Monosaccharides are polyhydroxy aldehydes or ketones; that is, they are molecules with more than one hydroxyl group (-OH), and a carbonyl group (C = O) either at the terminal carbon atom (aldose) or at the second carbon atom (ketose). The carbonyl group combines in aqueous solution with one hydroxyl group to form a cyclic compound (he mi-acetal or he mi-kemal). Monosaccharides ...
  • Ladle Sugar Cane Juice From One Kettle
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    Norbert Rillieux (1806-1894) Norbert Rillieux was born a free man in New Orleans, Louisiana on March 7, 1806 to Constance Vivant a slave on the plantation of his father Vincent Rillieux. He was adopted by his father ad given his name when he was baptized in St. Louis Cathedral by Pere Antoine. Rillieux's intelligence was noted at an early age by his father who decided he would send Norbert to school. Since the law (The Black Codes) stated that white people would not allow Blacks to be educated i...

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