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Grade: 12
        Why glucose does not react with Schiff`s base and sodium bisulphate?
3 years ago

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Vikas TU
10603 Points
							
Glucose is a Biomolecule which doesn’t have any alddehyde groups as the shiff’s reagent is used to reduce the simply aldehyde groups. The other erason is that due to the very bulky size of te sulphate ion.
3 years ago
Pankaj Thakur
11 Points
							Aldehyde group in D - glucose is not completely free, it is involved in acetal formation with the hydroxyl group at C-5 to give cyclic structure to it, and all you know that sodium bisulphate works well in Aldehyde it is used to purify Aldehyde.
						
2 years ago
Gaurav
11 Points
							CHO group is not free as it is involved in hame acetal formaton with the hydroxyl group at C - 5 to give cyclic structure.
						
2 years ago
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