Chemistry question about Covalent Bonds?

My teacher says one of the questions on the test that has to do w/ covalent bonds will be:

"After cooking low heat for several minutes, onions begin to "carmelize". The natural sugars (C6H6O6) break out of the onion cells and the onions begin to taste sweet."

If anyone can help, I'd appreciate it!

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  • 9 years ago
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    While that is interesting, i don't see a question there.

  • 3 years ago

    A polar covalent bond has an component it relatively is particularly unfavourable and an component it relatively is particularly valuable. a worry-unfastened occasion of a polar covalent bond is H20. A nonpolar covalent bond has a good charge on all aspects of the molecule. Examples of nonpolar covalent bonds are all molecules with 2 of the comparable atoms ex) 02, H2 yet another form of bond is an ionic bond which does no longer contain the sharing of electrons in any respect like covalent bonds do.

  • 9 years ago

    That really has nothing to do with covalent bonding.

    Bonds formed are covalent bonding, I dont know how sugars would bond to an onion.

  • 9 years ago

    covalent bonds break down under extremely high temperatures

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Wait, so what's the question?

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