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Sucrose is hydrolysed by acid or (more usually) enzymes to an equimolar solution of glucose and fructose known as "invert sugar" because the optical rotation of the solution changes from (+) to (-).Invert sugar is used by the food and brewing industries.
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|Sucrose||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Water||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Proton Catalyst||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|D-(+) Glucose||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|D-Fructose||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
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