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Periodic Graphics: Natural sweeteners

Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning provides a taste of the molecules behind some natural sweeteners

by Andy Brunning, special to C&EN
August 23, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 32

 

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To download a pdf of this article, visit cenm.ag/sweeteners.


References used to create this graphic:

Brazil, Rachel. “Natural non-caloric sweeteners.” Chemistry World, May 7, 2015.

Chéron, John Baptiste, Axel Marchel, and Sébastian Fiorucci. “Natural sweeteners.” Encyclopaedia of Food Chemistry, p189-195. DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-08-100596-5.21620-X


A collaboration between C&EN and Andy Brunning, author of the popular graphics blog Compound Interest

To see more of Brunning’s work, go to compoundchem.com. To see all of C&EN’s Periodic Graphics, visit http://cenm.ag/periodicgraphics.

CORRECTION

This story was updated on Sept. 11, 2020, to correct the spelling of mogroside.

 

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Callophycus azulenius (August 28, 2020 3:51 AM)
The spell of "mogrocide" should be "mogroside."

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