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Paul Andersen begins by explaining the structure and purpose of carbohydrates. He describes and gives examples of monosaccharides, disaccharides, oligosaccharide and polysaccharides. He explains how they grow through dehydration reactions and shrink through hydrolysis. Intro Music Atribution Title: I4dsong_loop_main.wav Artist: CosmicD Link to sound: Creative Commons Atribution License


  1. If someone's super bored, you could add subtitles/ closed captions in English...
  2. "If you were to eat wood, - don't! - you don't have the enzymes to break it down."
  3. Kindly check the ring for glucose.It should be pyranose ring.
  4. Hello fraands chai pi lo
  5. I'd like to report an error in your video:

    Sucrose has the molecular formula: C12H22O11.
    It slightly differs from the general formula of monosaccharides - (CH2O)n - because of the dehydration reaction that two monosaccharides have undergone to form a disaccharide.

    Anyway, kudos on your videos; they're very helpful. :)
  6. When ever i don't understand the lesson, i always come to your videos
    Thank you its very helpful !
  7. This was way to smart for me. I had some coconut cake and took a nap with tingles all over my body. was that the sugar?
  8. I prefer your channel more than Khan Academy.
  9. Well explained thanks.
  10. This and Khan Academy are my go to channels for Chemistry
  11. Great video, gives a good basis for knowledge in NCEA Level 3 Biology.
  12. thank you.
  13. Shouldn't the formula of lactose be C12H22O11since one H20 is released ?
  14. Incredibly helpful! Thanks!
  15. I'm a student and you keep saving my life sir!
    your work is appreciated more than you could ever imagine....KEEP UP!
  16. bro your best than my biology teacher
  17. KMS
  18. I've seen good school videos, but these are by far the best
  20. i want to fucking die

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