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Sucrose (sugar) plus Sulfuric Acid:

This reaction shows the dehydration of sucrose (C12H22O11) with sulfuric acid (H2SO4). When the reaction is complete, only carbon and a small amount of water and acid remain. C12H22O11...  ...  (+ info)

Reaction of Sulfuric Acid and Sugar:

One of the most spectacular chemistry demonstrations is also one of the simplest. It's the dehydration of sugar (sucrose) with sulfuric acid. Sugar is a carbohydrate, so when you remove...  ...  (+ info)

Dehydration of Sucrose with Sulphuric acid:

3 Dehydration of Sucrose with Sulphuric acid Summary of steps described in this video: 1) Place some sucrose in to a glass jar or beaker (Table Sugar and Powdered sugar are fine) 2) Mix...  ...  (+ info)

Sulfuric acid in sugar:

See what happens when you put Sulfuric acid in sugar. Sulfuric acid + sugar = ?¿?¿?  ...  (+ info)

Reaction of Potassium Chlorate and Sugar:

This is a demonstration of the reaction of a mixture of potassium chlorate (KClO3) and sugar (sucrose C12H22O11) with the addition of concentrated sulfuric acid (H2SO4). KClO4 is a very powerful...  ...  (+ info)

Carbon Souffle - Dehydration of Sucrose:

This is a demonstration of a reaction between sulfuric acid (concentrated) and sucrose. This is the classic dehydration of a carbohydrate demo where the sulfuric acid pulls out the water from...  ...  (+ info)

Sulfuric Acid - A Dehydrating Agent:

Concentrated sulfuric acid is a strong dehydrating agent, which is the reason it is corrosive to living material. One way of writing the formula of table sugar is C12H22O11. Another way to...  ...  (+ info)

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