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On heating with conc.H2SO4, sucrose gives

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CO and CO2
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CO and SO2
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CO,CO2 and SO2
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D
None of these
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Solution

The correct option is D None of these
In the presence of concentrated sulfuric acid, sucrose is dehydrated to produce carbon and water. The heat of the reaction vaporizes the water causing the column of carbon to form.

Reaction:
C12H22O11+conc.H2SO412C+11H2O

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