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Sucralose

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Comparison of the chemical structures of sucrose (top) and sucralose (bottom). Sucralose is an artificial sweetener and sugar substitute. The majority of ingested sucralose is ...

Sucralose | C12H19Cl3O8 - PubChem

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Sucralose | C12H19Cl3O8 | CID 71485 - structure, chemical names, physical and chemical properties, classification, patents, literature, biological activities, ...

Artificial Sweeteners - Chemistry Encyclopedia - water, uses ...

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Sucralose (C 11 H 19 O 8 Cl 3 ) is prepared from sucrose via the substitution of three chloride groups for three hydroxyl groups. The molecular structures of ...

Chemical Structure of Sugar Substitutes and Artificial Sweeteners

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Description of the Chemical structure of artificial sweeteners, and non-caloric ... the following non-caloric sweeteners: saccharin, aspartame, sucralose, neotame,  ...

Sucralose: An Overview - Undergraduate Research Journal for the ...

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Sucralose is an artificial sweetener derived from native sucrose that reached the ... a British sugar company, was looking for ways to use sucrose as a chemical ...

Chemical and Physical Properties of Sucralose - Science of Cooking

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Sucralose is an artificial sweetener known by the trade name Splenda. In the European Union, it is also known under the E number (additive code) E955.

What Is the Difference Between Sucrose and Sucralose? - Chemistry

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Sucrose and sucralose both are sweeteners, but they aren't the same. Here's a look at how sucrose and sucralose are different.

The Secret Dangers of Splenda, an Artificial Sweetener - Mercola

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Dec 3, 2000 ... The chemical process to make sucralose alters the chemical composition of the sugar so much that it is somehow converted to a ...

Chemists Were Wrong About Splenda | American Council on ...

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Jun 16, 2016 ... But, it failed miserably with the artificial sweetener Splenda (sucralose). To many medicinal chemists, sucralose looked like bad news, but ...

Sucralose | C12H19Cl3O8 | ChemSpider

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Structure, properties, spectra, suppliers and links for: Sucralose, 56038-13-2. ... ChemSpider Search and share chemistry ...

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Sucralose - Chemistry Department - Elmhurst College

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Introduction: Discovered in 1976, sucralose is 600 times sweeter than sugar and does not metabolize to produce energy, thus it does not contain calories.

The Chemistry of . . . Artificial Sweeteners | DiscoverMagazine.com

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Aug 6, 2005 ... Last year alone the food industry introduced 2,225 reduced-sugar and sugar-free foods, many of them made with sucralose. Chemical additives ...

Splenda: The Artificial Sweetener that Explodes Internally - The ...

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Splenda contains the drug sucralose. This chemical is 600 times sweeter than sugar. To make sucralose, chlorine is used. Chlorine has a split personality.