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Sweet success: Nanocapsule perfectly binds sucrose in water


Phys.Org - Sep 5, 2017
Scientists around the world are pursuing the goal of developing synthetic receptors capable of recognizing biologically important molecules. Although many ...
 

Nanocapsule Perfectly Binds Sucrose in Water


R & D Magazine - Sep 6, 2017
"Our unique recognition system is based on special interactions -- known as CH-π interactions[term1] -- between sucrose and the inner walls of our nanocapsule," says Michito Yoshizawa, who co-designed the study with Masahiro Yamashina at Tokyo ...
 

A polyaromatic nanocapsule as a sucrose receptor in water


Science Advances - Aug 25, 2017
Selective recognition of saccharides by artificial receptors in water is a challenging goal due to their strong hydrophilicities and complex molecular structures with subtle regio- and stereochemical differences. We report the selective and efficient ...
 

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Disaccharides (Maltose, Lactose and Sucrose)


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What Is Sucrose Composed of? : Fit Food


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Why Lactose Is a Reducing Sugar but Sucrose Is Not


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Sugar: Sucrose, fructose and glucose Part 1


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Sucrose Meaning


Video shows what sucrose means. A disaccharide with formula C12H22O11, consisting of two simple sugars, glucose and fructose; normal culinary sugar.