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despite the absence of -cho group sucrose reduces tollen's reagent
Asked by shreesh Kulkarni | 13 Feb, 2014, 07:34: PM
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Sucrose is an oligosaccharide.
An oligosaccharide has both a reducing and a non-reducing end. The reducing end of an oligosaccharide is the monosaccharide residue with hemiacetal functionality, thereby capable of reducing the Tollens’ reagent, while the non-reducing end is the monosaccharide residue in acetal form, thus incapable of reducing the Tollens’ reagent.
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