CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Classification of carbohydrates

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WORK SHEET-CHAPTER-14 (BIOMOLECULES)

CONCEPT -1: CLASSIFICATION OF CARBOHYDRATES

Q1.Which Polysaccharides is stored in the liver of Animals.

Q2.Name two Carbohydrates which acts as Biofuel.

Q3.What are the Constituents of Starch ?.

Q4. What are the Constituents of Maltose ?.

Q5.What is invert Sugar ?

CONCEPT- 2 : MCQ

Q 1. Glycogen is ?

(a) monosacchride (b) disaccharide (c) polysaccharide (d) none

Q2.Which of the following carbohydrate is not digested in human body ?

(a) glucose (b)fructose (c) cellulose (d) lactose

Q3. Which disaccharide is present in milk ?

(a) maltose (b) lactose (c) sucrose (d) none

Q4.Functional group present in glucose

(a) aldehyde (b) ketone (c) alcohol (d) amine

Q5.Hydrolysis products of lactose

(a) two units of glucose (b) glucose & fructose (c) glucose & galactose (d) none

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