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C12H22O11Table Sugar (sucrose; common chemical formula)
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Sarkara was actually sucrose, a disaccharide carbohydrate with the chemical formula C12H22O11. Sucrose consists of linked molecules of two simple monosaccharide sugars, glucose and fructose.
In the lab, that comes down to plenty of H2O, with a measure of C12H22O11 and a dollop of C39H76O6 mixed together, then topped with N2.
"Frannie's blood runs C12H22O11," was how a relative, invoking the chemical formula for sugar, described his commitment.