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What’s the question? 
1.Polymer 
2.Monosaccharide 
3.Red 
Here's the answers, 
all you have to do is 
write the questions!
Carbohydrates- 
Polysaccharides 
Objective: To understand how 
monosaccharides form 
polysaccharides. 
Outcomes: 
~ Descri...
Disaccharides 
Monosaccharide + 
monosaccharide = 
disaccharide 
Monosaccharide Monosaccharide Disaccharide 
Glucose Gluco...
How? 
glucose + glucose maltose + water 
Glycosidic bond 
Condensation reaction
Test for non-reducing sugars (Sucrose) 
1.Confirm that the sample you’re testing 
is not a reducing sugar. 
2.Add 2cm3 of ...
Test for non-reducing sugars (Sucrose) 
Hydrochloric acid is added to the sample because… 
Sodium hydrogencarbonate is add...
Polysaccharides 
Polymers. 
Large molecules yet 
compact. 
Insoluble. 
e.g. Starch 
Hydrolysed 
into glucose. 
Starch gran...
e.g. Cellulose 
Provides structural 
support in plant 
cells.
Test for starch 
1.Add two drops of 
sample onto a 
spotting tile. 
2.Add two drops of 
potassium iodide. 
3.Starch indica...
2.3 Carbohydrates-disaccharides and 
polysaccharides 
Forming and breaking glycosidic bonds 
Complete the diagrams below t...
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AS-U1-2.3 Carbohydrates-disaccharides and polysaccharides

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AS-U1-2.3 Carbohydrates-disaccharides and polysaccharides

  1. 1. What’s the question? 1.Polymer 2.Monosaccharide 3.Red Here's the answers, all you have to do is write the questions!
  2. 2. Carbohydrates- Polysaccharides Objective: To understand how monosaccharides form polysaccharides. Outcomes: ~ Describe what a disaccharide is and name examples. ~ Explain how monosaccharides are linked to form polysaccharides. ~ Explain how to carry out a test for non-reducing sugars and for starch. Sunday, 28 September 2014 Keywords Disaccharide Polysaccharide Condensation reaction Glycosidic bond Hydrolysis
  3. 3. Disaccharides Monosaccharide + monosaccharide = disaccharide Monosaccharide Monosaccharide Disaccharide Glucose Glucose Maltose Glucose Fructose Sucrose Glucose Galactose Lactose
  4. 4. How? glucose + glucose maltose + water Glycosidic bond Condensation reaction
  5. 5. Test for non-reducing sugars (Sucrose) 1.Confirm that the sample you’re testing is not a reducing sugar. 2.Add 2cm3 of food sample (liquid form) to 2cm3 of dilute hydrochloric acid and place in a gently boiling water bath for 5mins. 3.Slowly add sodium hydrogen carbonate solution. Check the solution is then neutral. 4.Re-test this solution now again with Benedict’s.
  6. 6. Test for non-reducing sugars (Sucrose) Hydrochloric acid is added to the sample because… Sodium hydrogencarbonate is added because… If a non-reducing sugar is present, the Benedict’s reagent will now turn red because…
  7. 7. Polysaccharides Polymers. Large molecules yet compact. Insoluble. e.g. Starch Hydrolysed into glucose. Starch granules in plant cells
  8. 8. e.g. Cellulose Provides structural support in plant cells.
  9. 9. Test for starch 1.Add two drops of sample onto a spotting tile. 2.Add two drops of potassium iodide. 3.Starch indicated by blue-black result.
  10. 10. 2.3 Carbohydrates-disaccharides and polysaccharides Forming and breaking glycosidic bonds Complete the diagrams below to show how glycosidic bonds can be formed and broken. This type of reaction is called a… The molecule formed is… This type of reaction is called a… The molecules formed are…

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