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Starch Polymer Model

Starch is a polysaccharide consisting of glucose and is the most important carbohydrate constituent of potatoes and rice; you can build a model of it with our glucose-sugars model kit.


SKU: 68799W
Orbit sugar structures molecular model kit

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The glucose sugars model kit comes with enough parts to build at least 6 monosaccharides and 3 disaccharides with enough parts left over to build starch as well. Starch is the basic carbohydrate found in some of the world's most important foods such as potatoes and rice. The model shows a representative sequence of starch built with 3 glucose subunits.You can also build similar models in the Miolymod hybrid style with our 62115 Glucose Molecule Structures Model Kit.

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Cellulose, Chitin, Glucose-Fructose, Glucose-Galactose, Lactose, Maltose, Starch, Sucrose,
P/NDescriptionQTY
68216CAtom, Orbit, H, white, 1 prong200
68218CAtom, Orbit, O, red, 1 prong3
68230CAtom, Orbit, O, 110 degree, red100
68241CAtom, Orbit, C, planar: 120-120-120, black3
68242CAtom, Orbit, N, planar: 120-120-120, blue3
68244CAtom, Orbit, C, tetrahedral, black100
68267CAtom, Orbit, double/triple bond peg/insert6
68186-20Wobbly bond, 20mm, each225
68186-30Wobbly bond, 30mm, each250
68366Orbit bonds, opaque, 20mm, 15/bundle1

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