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oligosachherin is soluble in which solvents?

asked in Chemistry by ajay

1 Answer

Oligosachherin is insoluble in water and general organic solvents.


According to several references I found, Oligosachherin "is soluble in various organic acids. Both are co-polymers in mixed carbohydrates, included the derivative of nitrogen-glucose combination cation molecules."

answered by sheltonm (460 points)