Sugar Chemical Formula

Sucrose is commonly occurring carbohydrate found in plants and its parts. Sugar cane is the natural source of Sucrose. It is also referred to as simple sugar. Many mammals, animals and birds accumulate and feed on sugar in the plants. Honeybees accumulate sugar and produce honey, which is essential food item across the world.

Sucrose Formula

Chemical Name

Sucrose

Other Name

:

Sugar

Chemical Formula

:

C12H22O11

State

:

Solid

Category

:

Organic

Appearance

:

White Solid

Molar Mass / Molecular Weight

:

342.296 g/mol

Molar Density

:

1.587 G/cm3, Solid

Boiling Point

:

337 °C (639 °F; 610 K) When Sulfuric Acid Is Above 300 °C (572 °F), It Will Decompose Slowly

Melting Point

:

None; Decomposes At 186 °C (367 °F; 459 K)

Sucrose is commonly occurring carbohydrate found in plants and its parts. Sugar cane is the natural source of Sucrose. It is also referred to as simple sugar. Many mammals, animals and birds accumulate and feed on sugar in the plants. Honeybees accumulate sugar and produce honey, which is essential food item across the world.


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