What Is the Chemical Formula of Sugar?

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The ordinary table sugar scientifically known as sucrose is made up of a combination of glucose and fructose. The chemical formula of sucrose is C12H22O11. It is called a disaccharide because it is composed of the two sugar units.
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Common table sugar is a disaccharide with formula: C. 12. H. 22. O. 11.
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C12H22O11
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Plants produce sucrose through photosynthesis, the process of converting direct sunlight into food and energy. Carbohydrates contain one or more molecules of sugar. Sucrose is the
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There is no chemical formula for chocolate, merely chemical componets of the ingredients. This is because chocolate is a mixture of these ingredients, and not a compound.
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Sugar, otherwise known as Sucrose on boxes of food products, is made up mainly of glucose and fructose. Anymore food producers try to hide sugars under other names, but a sure fire way to spot sugar, is look for any word ending in -ose, as this is a dead give away that sugar is included.
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