Dehydration of Sugar (Black Snake Experiment):

Having fun with sucrose and sulfuric acid. Materials Used: -Sucrose (Table Sugar) -Concentrated Sulfuric Acid (99%) -Pyrex Beaker -Glass Stir Rod.  ...  (+ info)

Sulfuric Acid and Sugar - Dehydration of Sugar Experiment:

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Dehydration of sugar by conc. Sulfuric acid:

IMPORTANT: All content here meant to be Educational,None of the above experiment should be repeated on your own. It is very common reaction which demonstrates the dehydrating and oxidizing...  ...  (+ 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)

Sulfuric acid in sugar:

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

Dehydration of Sugar by Concentrated Sulfuric acid:

In this video Some Concentrated Sulfuric acid is added to sugar. Sulfuric acid removes water from the sugar leaving behind black carbon.  ...  (+ 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)

Exothermic Dehydration of Sugar by Sulfuric Acid:

Mr Keller, Chemistry Teacher, demonstrates the exothermic dehydration of table sugar by sulfuric acid. After explaining some background science Mr Keller carries out the demonstration by adding...  ...  (+ info)

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