Answer / sumanjali
Artificial sweeteners have no nutritive value. they have
been specially developed for diabetics.
Artificial sweeteners stimulate the tastebuds of tongue
that are stimulated by sugars but unlike sugars they are of
no food value and may have harmful effects if used in
eg;saccharin:it is most widely used sweetener and is 400
times sweeter than sucrose.its structure is different from
that of a carbohydrate.
it posess ni OH group but rather a sulphonamide.
It is a white crystalline sparingly soluble solid with a
m.p of 227 degrees centigrade and is synthesised from
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